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Bashang in Inner Mongolia. (Credit: JasonYU/Bigstockphoto.com) (via: bit.ly)

Social ‘norms’ are constantly shifting. Deviant behaviour and abnormalities will gradually be normalised, giving way to new forms of marginality. However, these negative tendencies can be confronted by the sustained attention of the public, the state, and scientific research, and lead to the formation of a positive anthropologically-oriented image of the future. Special attention should be given to the problem of ethical and legal support for artificial intelligence and the unnatural expansion of the limits and possibilities of human physicality.

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This paper describes the problem of shifting social norms and explores the possibilities of an interdisciplinary synthesis of knowledge about ‘the human being’. The project can be further developed by forming interdisciplinary focus groups on specific research areas with further integration of the results in the spheres of education, culture, humanitarianism, law, healthcare, social services, as well as by organising scientific and expert discussions on the risks of modernity.

 

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Executive Director of the limited liability company, the Center for International Humanitarian Cooperation,

Valeryi Znoev: PhD in Economics, Co-author of the 'Axiological, normative, cultural, and civilizational context of personal identity in boundary situations of post-modernism' project. Executive Director of the limited liability company, the Center for International Humanitarian Cooperation

Professor at the department of philosophical anthropology and the history of philosophy of the Herzen State Pedagogical University,

Alexey Gryakalov is a professor at the department of philosophical anthropology and the history of philosophy of the Herzen State Pedagogical University of Russia and is also head of the Modern Philosophy Research Center

Assistant professor of the Saint-Petersburg State University of Economics,

Kirill Ermilov is an assistant professor at the Saint-Petersburg State University of Economics

Assistant professor at the department of philosophical anthropology and the history of philosophy of the Herzen State Pedagogical University of Russia,

Svetlana Martynova is an assistant professor at the department of philosophical anthropology and the history of philosophy of the Herzen State Pedagogical University of Russia
Kira Preobrazhenskaya

Head of Research and Social Projects at the Russian Christian Academy of Humanities,

Kira Preobrazhenskaya: PhD, Head of the 'Axiological, normative, cultural, and civilizational context of personal identity in boundary situations of post-modernism' project. Head of Research and Social Projects at the Russian Christian Academy of Humanities. Former Head of the Department of philosophical anthropology and public communications of the Herzen State Pedagogical University of Russia.