Аграрный вестник Урала № 10 (128) 2014Философия
IMPROVING LEGAL CONSCIOUSNESS OF PERSONALITY: SOCIAL-PHILOSOPHICAL ASPECTS
The paper studies the dialectic of legal awareness and legal awareness of the person as two specific modalities of personal consciousness. Some aspects of justice were showed in the context of contemporary institutional transformations. Substantiated the idea of justice was established that is the modality of self-consciousness due to inner world, inner personal development.
The legal consciousness is a manifestation of the general human consciousness as a body of knowledge, formed at various stages of development of the individual. Character is due subjectless external nature of legal norms, not experienced personality and not its internal choices. This is due to the nature of social exclusion, which is the result of the gap between the personal and the public interest, and the reduction of the relationship of the individual to the rule of law (the law) in its highly specific (professional) form. For the first time in the domestic and international versions of justice is presented as a socio-philosophical phenomenon, due to the personal experience of the individual indium, its socio-anthropological determinants. Anthropological aspect of justice in the article is not submitted as a Social Darwinist invariant of consciousness, but in the form of axiological construct due social-ontological conditions of human existence. Value-based approach to understanding the phenomenon of the authors of justice the person pushing the boundaries of its interpretation and allows for many of the new build educative activity of subjects of the national education system. The rule of law and the law are in a dialectical contradiction with respect to each other due to the dichotomy of private and public interests. By virtue of what the public (social) nature of the rules of law devalued its lack of social justice and its domination of the principle of the rule. The conclusion is that orientation (intention) the rights for social justice is the key to its transformation into law (social norm).
legal consciousness, legal consciousness, self-consciousness, law, intention, hermeneutics, institute
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