Art within Philosophy of Education. P.1.


  • Svitlana Oleksandrivna Cherepanova Lviv Ivan Franko National University



philosophy of education, a human being, art, culture creation, spiritual and practical development of the world, ideological pluralism, totality of simulacra


Man, culture and art are a unique integrity. Philosophy generalizes the world-view bases of a definite historical form of culture and determines to a great extent the character of the process of cognition, including the artistic one (the harmonization of sensual and rational spheres of consciousness, the optimization of various types of information - verbal, sensory, structural ones, the development of productive thinking, etc.). Culture is equal to creative activity. So, creativity is a cultural activity with characteristic innovative approaches to solving social, professional and personal problems. The article defines art as a special form of culture and the concept of philosophy of education. Ideological and philosophical, multicultural, and trans-disciplinary approaches to the analysis of art and the dynamics of culture creation become methodologically important. Philosophy, science and art are complementary. The philosophical, scientific, artistic knowledge, the spiritual and practical development of the world reveal new cultural senses of the sign-symbol. Philosophy of education, focused on the value of a human being and creativity, involves the development of culture and art, contributing to personal creative development.  Unfortunately, modern youth have a very limited knowledge of classical, especially sacred art. It is personality orientation that reveals the dialogue of art, artistic traditions, the functioning of philosophy of education as an open system capable of multicultural communication.

Author Biography

Svitlana Oleksandrivna Cherepanova, Lviv Ivan Franko National University

doctor of philosophical sciences, professor, Professor of the Department of Primary and Preschool Education, Lviv Ivan Franko National University.


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Cherepanova, S. O. (2017). Art within Philosophy of Education. P.1. Filosofiya Osvity. Philosophy of Education, 20(1), 280–295.






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