Socio-philosophical analysis of the phenomenon of "reading culture" as an important and necessary phenomenon of being
Keywords:being, philosophical understanding of society, culture, spirituality, morality, socio-philosophical analysis, social philosophy;
The article provides a philosophical analysis of the phenomena of social reality that affect spirituality, consciousness and human behavior. The author investigates the structure of the phenomenon of "reading culture", its functions and ways of influencing the development of a person's spiritual life. The essence of the relationship between the socio-philosophical phenomenon of reading culture and the surrounding natural and social environment, its place in the scheme "man - society - nature" is considered. The conclusion about the relevance of the culture of reading in modern society is formulated.
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