Problem of Explication the Social Intellect of the Person

  • Eduard Z. Ivashkevych Rivne State University of the Humanities
Keywords: social intellect, sensual components, semantic aspects, valuable substructure of social intellect, knowledge, desires, aspirations, attitudes

Abstract

In this article is shown that as a semantic component of social intellect scientists consider the need for empathy to another person, understanding his/her inner world. It was noted that the higher the level of empathy was, the more a person was able to imagine how one and the same event was perceived by different people, and the better person was able to understand the right of existence of different points of view. Sensual components of social intellect are provided by the development of reflective abilities of individuals, their mastery of methods of self-improvement, determined attitude to human life values that a person as a result of mastering the world tries to understand and rethink.

It іs emphasized that speaking about the nature of the semantic aspects of social intellect was also very important, from the one hand, to understand that the knowledge and other meanings mostly clearly explicated in value of the object of this knowledge, through which desires, aspirations, attitudes are manifested towards other people.

It іs underlined that valuable substructure of social intellect of the person involved the idea that the individual evaluated himself / herself as a person who was able not only to know everything about surrounding world, but also to self-understanding of how he/she the entity examined himself/herself as so called “ethic individual”.

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2016-08-30
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Ivashkevych, E. Z. (2016). Problem of Explication the Social Intellect of the Person. PSYCHOLINGUISTICS, (20(1), 77-87. Retrieved from https://psycholing-journal.com/index.php/journal/article/view/95