Acmeological resources of personal development in the paradigm of humanistic pedagogy

Abstract

The article explores the problem of interaction of the individual and society, which together determines the identification and differentiation of the unique and universal personality with the goal of proportional development of the individual in society. The necessity and possibility of developing a unique and universal personality are proved on the basis of the principles of harmony and unity. It is argued that the proportional development of the individual in society is ensured by acmeological postulates that act as a trigger mechanism. The acmeological conditions of personality development are proposed and substantiated, relying on the idea of harmonizing the unique and universal in the personality, the role of which is played by the conditions: for the growth of the personality’s self, development of its emotional sphere, creation of a favorable environment and conditions for the person to master the system of social roles. Together, they all represent the acmeological resources of personality development. As a result of identifying and arguing the group of acmeological conditions for the development of personality, a number of patterns are identified that help to solve the problems of harmonious development of the personality against the background of the universal and identification of uniqueness of personality with the universal.

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L. V. Kurylenko

Samara National Research University

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Email: morenov@ssau.ru
ORCID iD: 0000-0001-8602-0659

Doctor of Pedagogical Sciences, professor, head of the Department of Theory and Technology of Social Work

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