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Development of environmental imperative in the course of Philosophy (ecological potential of the cours be of Philosophy)
Humanities in universities of petroleum engineering

Authors: Tatijana N. SEMENOVA was born in 1956. She graduated from philoplphical faculty of Moscow State University named after M.V. Lomonosov in 1979. She defended her thesis on religion in 1986. She has been assistant professor of philosophy and socio-political technologies in Russian State University Oil and Gas named after I.M. Gubkin. She is the author about 10 works on philosophical matters of religious. E-mail: semenovataniya@gmail.com

Abstract: The work is devoted to the problem of the development of environmental imperative (worldview and behavioral attitudes) in the course of Philosophy in technical university. All the branches of philosophic knowledge such as ontology, epistemology, axiology, anthropology and social philosophy implicitly include the environmental aspect. Philosophy gives worldview and methodological attitudes as well as moral and axiological foundation of ecological knowledge and behavior. Students learn to analyze deeper social and economic causes of environmental problems and identify their moral vector. Many philosophic issues (material entity of the world, spiritual life of society, mystery of existence etc.) are realized in a new way with respect for ecological cross-section

Index UDK: УДК: 001.83

Keywords: environmental imperative, social philosophy, Morale, evolution, Co-evolution, Anthropocentrism, biocentrism, technocentrism, worldview paradigm, behavioral attitude, bioethics, bio-philosophy, Synergy, Russian cosmism, noosphere, material entity of the world, laws of Dialectics, anthropic principle, Global problems