Examination in Philosophy

1. Social philosophy in the structure of philosophical knowledge of the world.

2. scientistic and antistsientistskie trends in social philosophy

3. "The Truth" and "values" in philosophical knowledge society.

4. Social philosophy and philosophical anthropology.

5. Social philosophy and historical knowledge.

6. Social Philosophy and Sociology.

7. Specificity of social cognition. The problem of "sciences of nature" and "sciences of culture."

8. The concept of society.

9. The principles of the system analysis of social reality.

10. substantiality approach to public life.

11. Activity as a way of existence of social man.

12. Activities of her relationship to the processes of inanimate nature. The concepts of "information", "target", "expediency".

13. Physicalism in social cognition.

14. Activities, its relationship with the processes of nature. Objectives of the existence of humans and animals.

15. Biological reductionism in social cognition. Sociobiology.

16. Information specificity activity. The phenomenon of thinking.

17. Adaptive specificity activity. The concept of labor.

18. The objectives, means and results of operations.

19. Controversial issues antroposotsiogeneza.

20. The concept of social action.

21. The modern debate over the social philosophy of Karl Marx.

22. Karl Marx. Philosophical and Economic Manuscripts of 1844.

23. P.Sorokin of "generic sociocultural phenomenon."

24. The principles of social cognition in "Methods of Sociology" Emile Durkheim.

25. Sorokin on the nature of "superorganic reality."

26. G.Rikkert. "On the concept of philosophy."

27. S. Frank. "Spiritual foundations of society" ("problem of social philosophy")

28. Weber about the types of social action.

29. Weber. The meaning of "freedom of assessment" in sociology and economics.

30. Weber. "Objectivity" socio-scientific and socio-political knowledge.

31. Weber. "Critical research on the logic of the cultural sciences."

30 pages