Humanities Department is the IWRI’s home for foundational research of Humanities and Sciences. It supports integral thinking across all social disciplines, offering integral methodology based on the unity of the universal laws and leads interdisciplinary researches and learning programs for a better understanding of the world.
The Department supports a wide range of the different researches that connect integrated sequences of the humanities, natural and technical sciences, and social sciences. It focuses on the sphere of social interaction, which is becoming the main factor in the formation of social consciousness and humanity as a single integrated system. The most important directions of the Department’s work are the establishing of a new worldview and a new high-quality platform for educational programs, vectors of social management; forming the image of the future science of human culture and man.
Strategic research areas are:
1. Research of the sphere of social interaction, which is becoming a key factor in the formation of social consciousness and humanity as a single integrated system.
2. Shaping the image of the future science of human culture
3. Study of changes in education, training and upbringing
4. Participation in research on the phenomena of universal evolutionism, consciousness and worldview
5. Philosophy of ideology and its integrality
6. The development of integral psychology
7. The development of the ontology of sociality
The Department initiates the connection of researchers in the field of philosophy of ideology, integral psychology, and ontology of sociality. The Department is the regular participant in research on the phenomena of universal evolutionism, integral consciousness, and worldview, as well as changes in education, training, and upbringing, which are part of the experimental work in the field of non-formal education in the context of lifelong education.
The core of the research results focuses on a wide variety of issues, including the conceptual and terminological analysis of humanitarian knowledge; transformation of social interaction as a factor in regulating social life, reflection of reality and social consciousness, integral approach, and methods of integral education, education, and training.