Public Lecture: Model of the Philosophy of Education in the 21st Century
27 May 2017, 11:00
Dean of the Faculty of Philosophy
Tajik National University
A critical role of education is to detect how personalities are formed to meet the needs of the nation and society at its various stages of development. Throughout history societies set the task to form a personality that is crucial to attain the specific goals of social development. Each stage of development in history presents societal values which are changing and stimulate the formation of this personality and its social portrait. In the 21st century, the demands of globalisation result in new value orientations aimed to form personality traits. This includes traits such as determining a scientific worldview, professional competence, high human moral qualities and a creative rather than destructive mentality. The modern philosophy of education is aimed at addressing these values that form the 21st century personality. This lecture will focus on approaches and tools used in personality formation in the 21st century.
Professor Rustam Nazarov is Dean of Faculty of Philosophy at Tajik National University and is the author of six monographs and more than 100 scientific works in the field of social philosophy and the philosophy of education. His research interests focus on the challenges of social development and the philosophy of education. Professor Nazarov is a pioneer of this field in Tajikistan and founded the School of Philosophy of Education in Tajikistan. Under his supervision, eight graduate students successfully defended dissertations. His knowledge and contributions to the field are world renowned. His major research monographs include the Philosophy of the Education of the Tajik People published in 2011 and the Philosophy of the Quality of Education of the Transforming Tajik Society in 2012. Professor Nazarov has presented at several international symposia and conferences around the world including Egypt, Turkey, Iran, South Korea, China, Russia and other countries.
Dr Pulat Shozimov
Head of Faculty Development Programme
Aga Khan Humanities Project
University of Central Asia
The lecture will be delivered in Russian.
Ismaili Centre, Dushanbe
47 Ismail Somoni Street
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* Ideas presented in this lecture reflect the personal opinion of the speaker and do not necessarily represent the views of the University of Central Asia and/or its employees.