UDC 17.02

SUBORDINATION PRINCIPLE IN THE SYSTEM OF SOCIAL MORALITY

Nadurak Vitaliy Victorovych
Vasyl Stefanyk Precarpathian National University (Ukraine)
PhD in philosophy, associate professor at the department of philosophy and sociology

Abstract
The paper considers the subordination principle in the system of social morality, which imposes certain restrictions and compulsion on subjects-elements of the system. It is concluded that the effect of this principle is inextricably linked to public opinion, which condemns or approves certain actions. Public opinion can be a deterrent, as well as stimulating factor of the general evolution of morality. Measure restrictions, imposed by the order parameters of the macro-level on the micro level elements differ in various systems at different stages of their development.

Category: Philosophy

Article reference:
Subordination principle in the system of social morality // Humanities scientific researches. 2014. № 11 [Electronic journal]. URL: http://human.snauka.ru/en/2014/11/8261

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