Theoretical and Methodological Approaches to the Definition of the Socio-Philosophical Concept of National Security and Justification of the Feasibility of Its Development in Russia
Keywords:socio-philosophical concept of national security, education system, educational security, national security
The article substantiates the necessity of developing a unique socio-philosophical concept of national security as one of the important components of social philosophy in the context of increasing global contradictions. The purpose of the research is to formulate a general definition of the socio-philosophical concept of national security. In this concept, the education system occupies an important position, since it ensures the quality of human preparation for a decent life in a healthy society, and also forms the intellectual and practical potential of the country’s population, which can ensure all aspects of the national security of our society. The development of this concept will allow us to form a complete picture of the country’s national security by creatively integrating the achievements of specific national security Sciences – military, state-political, economic, legal, as well as education security that has not yet been specifically identified.
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