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MAIN ANTHROPOLOGICAL ANTAGONISM OF HISTORICAL PROCESS



V.I. Sigov
dekanat205@yandex.ru
Head of the Department of Labor Economics, St. Petersburg State University of Economics, Doctor of Sociology, professor
Saint-Petersburg

Keywords:

  • biosocial nature of man
  • biological inheritance
  • social inheritance
  • predacious psychological types
  • non-predacious psychological types
  • historical process;
  • historical process of man and society development
  • Growing global threats questioning the future of the humankind determine the relevance of the research. Deepening of the ecological crisis, destruction of states, growing political extremism and terrorism call for scientifically proved counteraction. As any political and economic concept is based on understanding human nature, we make an attempt to figure out how biological and social inheritance affect the development of predacious and non-predacious psychological types.
    We make a conclusion that the key antagonism in the human nature is the conflict between creative needs (in applying physical and spiritual powers) and consumer needs (regaining vitality).