Modern content of be-in-communication

: 111-115

Tokarska A. "Modern content of be-in-communication"

Lviv Polytechnic National University, Institute of Jurisprudence and Psychology

Abstract. The rapid processes of change in society require a meaningful assessment of modern life. The situational critique present in the society constitutes the philosophical narrative in the plane of discursive comprehension of the multi-vector methodological analysis and synthesis of the semantics of communication. This need is dictated by the tasks of philosophical and legal science, the need to stimulate the analysis of the basic legal parameters of predicting the patterns of future development of society, united by the laws of evolution, which are universal civilization for the whole world. The philosophy of law in its dimension is indicative of mastering the existence of crisis elements in it, ways of overcoming them for the community, the state in the era of globalization and globalization. The subject of the study is focused on being-in-communication with the proof that legal existence is formed and realized by means of communication that simultaneously affect life itself. It affects the human consciousness, social life. The loss or distortion of a life's landmarks or their nihilistic attitude appears on the basis of unlawful communication; unlawful communication destroys the traditions of society and law, since being is a "simultaneous problem of reflection and the search for truth", and philosophical and legal praxeology embodies such a practical direction, the conclusion also includes the design of such communicative acts that conceptualize being itself communication. Therefore, the social meaning of the legal culture and the spirituality of society as part of the nature of human relationships must be sensitive to changes upon request to progress.

1.Aarnio A. Who are we? Problems of social, cultural and legal identity. Problems of the philosophy of law. 2008-2009. T. VI–VII. Pp. 18–24. 2.A liberal version of social agreement theory. Fundamentals of Practical Philosophy. K., 2016. P. 165. 3.Melkov Yu. A. Reflections on the crisis of culture. Practical philosophy. 2004. № 1 (11). P. 82–94. 4.Mykoluk O. (2019). Negatives and Positives. Day. 2019, No. 220-221, November 29-30. P. 29. 5.Parsons T. On the Structure of Social Action (2000). URL: [ [Accessed 27 Apr. 2020]. 6.Rogozha M. Indifference as a phenomenon of modern culture. Practical philosophy. 2004. № 1 (11). Pp. 76–81. 7.Philip de Lara. What's wrong with values? Why the principles of society become empty abstractions. URL: http://tyzhden.Ua/World/218615. 8Frank S. The Meaning of Life (1925). URL: https: // anchtik 10224.htlm [accessed 27 Apr. 2020]. 9.Hirohide Takinova. The justification of the universal welfare state in the age of globalization. On the subject of complex borders. Problems of the philosophy of law. 2006-2007 Vol. IV – V. P. 29. 10.Shamsha IV The category of being in Parmenides philosophy (2014). URL: [ [accessed 25 Apr. 2020].11.Elina Aeriyan. Ethnic and political myth as a factor of opinion formation. PRZEGLĄD WSCHODNIOEUROPEJSKI VIII / l 2017: 161–172. URL: 2017, pp. 161. 12.Liudmila Baeva Values of Mediasphere and E-Culture «Przegląd Wschodnioeuropejski» («Восточноевропейское обозрение») PRZEGLĄD WSCHODNIOEUROPEJSKI VIII/l 2017: 173–184. URL: С. 177, 178. 13.Wolniewicz B. Filosofia і wartоści. Warszawa, 2018. 329 p.