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Civilizational choice of Ukraine and social progress

Work number - P 5 AWARDED

H. S. Skovoroda Institute of Philosophy of National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine


Authors: Popovych M.V., Proleev S.V., Hardashchuk T.V., Huberskyi L.V., Ilin V.V., Bakirov V.S., Andrushchenko V.P., Rafalskyj O.O.

Purpose of this work is a theoretical and practical base of social, political and economic necessity of European integration of Ukraine; essential features of this civilizational choice are based on historical and cultural, mental and spiritual experience of the Ukrainian nation.

Based on theoretical research and intellectual practices, authors developed a content strategy of civilizational progress of Ukraine, which is the practical implementation of social, financial and economic, environmental, power-governmental, national and cultural objectives of the present. Optimal scenarios for the process of Ukrainian entering into the system of European values are conceptually defined, methods are formed, ways of implementation of social and political institutions and state structures of Ukraine into the Western civilization.Scientific foundations of civilized choice of Ukraine as a multifactor model are formed, that means a constant updating of the quality of life, highly creative individual and social progress to the comfort and well-being.

A systematic, conceptually grounded incremental steps in the social and humanitarian sphereare proposed. They will allow to a) introduce specific reformation projects in the system of social transformation;b) comprehend the meaning of the overall process of civilizational choice; c) involve to the structure of government development strategies the characteristics of the global world in accordance with this conceptual model.

Results of the research are introduced into educational process of universities of Ukraine, research programs of the institutes of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, in the guidelines for NGOs and cultural institutions.

Number of publications: 31 individual monographs, 84 collective monographs, 236 articles, 21 textbooks, 98 doctoral theses, 119 candidates’ of sciences theses.