Future Human Image is an open access, peer-reviewed and refereed journal.
The Scientific journal Future Human Image ISSN 2519-2604 (Online), ISSN 2311-8822 (Print) is a project of the International Society of Philosophy and Cosmology. The main aim, which is pursued by editors-in-chief of the journal and its editorial board, consists in the consideration and generalization of the most effective methods of impact on mentality of the rising generations with the possibility of their further use when forming a future human image.
It is necessary to understand the two principal components for efficient operation of any educational system:
1. The vision of the aim of the educational impact that is some ideal image, to achieve it using the full potential of the educational system.
2. Knowledge and usage of the methods that allow achieving the aims.
That is, any educational system needs to foreknow whom and how to educate in the rising generations.
Modern society, having stepped over a threshold of the third millennium, departed further from the first main criteria proclaimed during the Age of Enlightenment and basing on the European and American education system. Many of them are used so far by the state education systems of the USA, France, Germany, Italy, Russia, Ukraine, etc. The fourth century each new generation of Europeans and Americans is brought up on “a crucial role of science and mentality in cognition of “natural order”, on “need of distribution of knowledge and culture” and on a number other common truths of the Age of Enlightenment.
However, the world around us is evolving, and humanity, society, noosphere are developing.
In order to catch new tendencies in the development of the society, to provide continuity between generation and high-quality development of new generations, the education system has to be improved.
Therefore, in the organiser’s opinion, the journal Future Human Image as a synthesis of the advanced researches in neurophilosophy, philosophy of education, psychology and pedagogy, will be constantly actual and demanded. The scientific journal Future Human Image is a platform for the large-scale interdisciplinary research of the features of the modern influence of the social environment on structurally and functionally developing mentality of new generations.
The editorial board of the scientific journal Future Human Image hope of the productive cooperation with all interested persons and the organizations in the field of the research of modern methods of impact on mentality of the rising generations. To the discussion of the question “Whom and How to educate in the rising generations?” the experts in the field of neurophilosophy, education philosophies, public figures, psychologists, experts in neurosciences, teachers, parents are invited. In order to progress the society, it is necessary to offer and discuss not only the classical methods and training programs but also new educational technologies. Our children have to get the best education in the world and only we can help them in it.
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