The Role of the Individual and of the Social Environment in the Value System
Galina Martea ()
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Galina Martea: PhD member of the Romanian-American Academy of Sciences
No 012GM, Working papers from Research Association for Interdisciplinary Studies
The presence of the human being in the value system, as an identity and social personality, is the action that produces positive effects in the development of a society. In turn, society, a complementary identity in the existence of people, is that component that defines and motivates the importance of actions based on the ideas and decisions made by the individual. Thus, the human being promotes its content within the system of values, and society becomes accomplice both in man's existence and in the existence of values. Respectively, through his actions, the individual develops their own society and, at the same time, creates their image in evolutionary processes. Correspondingly, human actions are made available to society, them being a beneficial support in improving living conditions, in developing the level of culture and education, in preserving and supplementing spiritual values founded by humankind over time, etc. Thus, the social welfare element identifies a country, a community, based on its own system of values. And through its own system of values, the individual and their society are manifested, and each of them continually complements themselves, aiming at new things, evolutionary and full of essence. Thus, through the human intellect, the development process of society is constantly being developed and perfected, and the value, as a priority substance, maintains its verticality through the evolutionary processes of civilization and the process of identifying its own personality.
Keywords: system of values; individual; society; identity; development; existence (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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Published in Proceedings of the 11th International RAIS Conference on Social Sciences and Humanities, November 19-20, 2018, pages 79-84
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