Valuable functionalism as a trend of modern social cognition


Valuable functionalism as a trend of modern social cognition


Mykhailo Boychenko
Taras Shevchenko national university of Kyiv, Department of Theoretical and Practical Philosophy, Doctor of Science in Philosophy, Professor Kyiv, Ukraine


International Journal of social research

The valuable functionalism appears as a strategy of achieving the working interaction between social sciences and humanities, and thus becomes paradigmatic value: in addition to developing its own epistemological perspective it offers a methodology and philosophy which enable new institutional perspective to develop a new type of single socio-humanitarian knowledge.
Valuable functionalism is cognitive position and strategy of action, which asserts the values with help of their functional interpretation and implementation in certain behavior.
Modern humanities needs to take into account the experience of the combination of value and functional aspects of a systematic approach in social cognition, which should be considered as a philosophical reflection of paradigmatic shift processes in modern social-humanitarian knowledge.


Keywords:  valuable functionalism, values, social functions, framework conditions, communicative communities, categories.

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Mykhailo Boychenko.Valuable functionalism as a trend of modern social cognition. International Journal of Social Research, 2018; 2:21.


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