On the Philosophic Meaning of the “Conflict Pattern” Term
Introduction. Socio-philosophical research of the patterns of conflict being in modern discourse needs to be clarified from the perspective of ontology. The conflict specificity of closed society from an ideological perspective makes it possible to discover the ontological foundations of self-conflict-being. For the purpose of empirical reinforcement of conflict research, the relationship between conflict and ideology needs to be discovered in specific cases. North Korean sociocultural realities are among the most visible forms of closed society in modern discourse and provide wide opportunities for understanding the conflict reality modeled by ideological instruments of influence on mass consciousness. Methodology and sources. Methodologically, the work is based on philosophical texts on the themes of patterns, modeling, scientific instrumentation, the phenomenology of Husserl and Heidegger. Results and discussion. The pattern is understood as a systematic repetition of elements in conflict reality that occurs with ontological necessity, regardless of the variable features of being-in-conflict. The integration of patterns into the epistemological grid allows us to achieve a more symmetrical arrangement of elements in the system of philosophical knowledge of the conflict. The author analyzes patterns in space and time taking into account the axiological component in a conflict angle. Conclusion. The philosophical specificity of the conflict pattern consists in the ontological fixation of the perverted nature of Self and Other in relation to the initial stay in mutual harmony. In this regard, the epistemology of conflict acquires the opportunity to qualitatively update the structure of knowledge about the methods of difference between the existential mechanisms of existence of the Self and the Other. Therefore, characteristic distortions of harmonious moduses of i-in-conflict can be found in the corresponding patterns.
Authors: Kabylinskii B.V.
Keywords: pattern, conflict, discourse, conflict reality.
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