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2008 | 13(26) | 61-72
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LIMITS OF SOCIAL COMMUNICATION IN ORTHODOX RATIONALITY

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This paper is dedicated to a theoretical determination of the limits of secular social communication in Orthodoxy as a representative form of Christian rationality. The nature of the Orthodox faith allows us to expect that problem of social communication in Orthodoxy occurs from Orthodox rationality, and communicative limits are determined by canonical positions. From the standpoint of internalistic approach to the problem of the social participation, Orthodoxy finds the abruption between social and spiritual activity.
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61-72
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  • Ihar G. Padporyn, Department of Philosophy and History Belarusian State Agrarian Technical University, Minsk, Belarus
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11PLAAAA10143
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