Space and Time in the Context of Social Measurement

I.G. Paliy, O.A. Bogdanova, T.V. Plotnikova, I.V. Lipchanskaya
European Research Studies Journal, Volume XXI, Special Issue 1, 350-358, 2018
EOI: 10.11214/thalassinos.21.05.033

Abstract:

This paper discusses some of the basic philosophical concepts – the concepts of “space and time” - and their relation to social evolution. The work presents the characteristics of social forms of space and time, shows the specifics of their formation in connection with human activity and the system of social relations.It was found that time duration has different manifestations in the context of historically different cultural epochs. Acceleration of social time takes place in the course of human historical practice development.Meanwhile, some social systems sometimes take the form of a certain deceleration in time. This usually occurs because of the inadequacy of the control system for the capabilities of the social organism.Social space is primarily connected with the dynamics of changes in social bonds and relationships. In the process of historical formation of social systems, social space assumes a more complex structure and expands. In the period of globalization growth, social space takes the form of a truly global integral system.


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