Axiological Component in Political Discourse and Its Analysis in the Process of Training Masters of Political Science
Keywords:linguistic map of the world, linguistic, political space, concepts, socio-cultural self-identification, value orientations, political values, political ideals
This article analyzes approaches (philosophical, linguistic and historical) to the concept of “value” in the political discourse. When some critical events occur in the country or in the world, there is the transformation of axiological concepts. The article substantiates the point of view that the process of identification with a sociocultural community is clearly seen in modern political leaders.
Based on philosophical and historical analysis, the authors disclose the transformation of the concept of “value”.
In each language, one can trace the component of categorization and assessment of political reality. Modern problems of transforming society and ensuring its sustainable development lead to the evaluation of the value system.
The application of various scientific methods (including theoretical analysis of the provisions of philosophical, historical, pedagogical, sociological, cultural science) made it possible to perform this study.
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