Philosophy. Practical work RIU - VF93
Problem 1. Compare the mindset of people standing on three different philosophical positions (mythological, religious and philosophical) in the same problematic situation: they need to choose one of the alternatives - rich, tricking the work of other people, or rich, but to work on an equal basis with everyone else. How could they talk? What would think about the consequences of their choices?
Task 2. How do you understand the words of Diogenes, "a lot of people, and it is difficult to find a man?" Are they relevant today? Explain your point of view.
Problem 3. One of the main methods of knowledge in the natural sciences is the experiment. Do you think it is permissible to experiments in social cognition? Justify its position.
Task 4. Nietzsche believed that the wise man does not have to be happy. Do you agree with him? What is happiness?
Problem 5. Gorky once proclaimed: "Man - it sounds good!". But neither Berdyaev, nor Heidegger, nor S.Frank nor Nietzsche would have disagreed with
a phrase. Why is that? Give reasoned response.
Problem 6. What is the theory of socio-economic formations and who was its founder? Which formations it says? Is socialism a special socio-economic structure? Explain why?
Problem 7. Is Dangerous "subjectless man" - the mass of people? Do you meet these people? Give examples. What impact do they have on your behavior, your life? Whether you find yourself in these people?
Problem 8. What are the fundamental differences between materialism and idealism on the nature and role of consciousness?
Task 9. Interest or a danger to others is a person who is concerned only with their material well-being? What kind of interest or danger? Justify your answer.
Problem 10. What picture of the world can be constructed on the basis of anthropocentric humanism? Arguments answer.