Psychology in the era of globalization: the search for their own path

 
PIIS020595920002258-9-1
DOI10.31857/S020595920002258-9
Publication type Article
Status Published
Authors
Occupation: professor
Affiliation: Yaroslavl State Pedagogical University. K. D. Ushinsky
Address: Russian Federation
Journal namePsikhologicheskii zhurnal
EditionVolume 39 № 6
Pages114-118
Abstract

The article is a comment on A. L. Zhuravlev, I. A. Mironenko and A. V. Yurevich’s paper “Psychological Science in the global world: challenges and prospects” published in the Psychological Journal (№ 2, 2018). Psychology is considered to be modern and meet modern challenges. A response to challenges is examined to be justified, primarily psychologically, therefore, a vector of “responses” to “challenges” should be made from selfidentification of Russian psychology. The article reveals the problems that have a methodological character and require their decision to determine a scientific psychology development strategy in the 21st century, in particular, within the responses to the actual challenges. The author determines a place of psychology in the system of scientific knowledge, an ideal of psychological science and its subject-matter. The ideal of psychological science is considered to be a product of Russian philosophical psychology of the late 19th-early 20th centuries. The modern philosophy of science has virtually disappeared from the discussion of these issues; psychologists in the overwhelming majority distance themselves from their solution. As a result, the ideal of psychology is implicitly substituted by a kind of universal representation like an “American standard”. Psychology is argued not to lose the ideals; the conditions necessary for approaching the ideal are traced. Russian psychology must preserve its unique identity, which is determined, in particular, by the ideals of science.

Keywordspsychology, globalization, world psychology, domestic psychology, methodology, philosophy of science, ideal of psychological science, subject of psychology
AcknowledgmentThis study was supported by RFFR, grant 18-013-00137.
Received22.12.2018
Publication date22.12.2018
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