2014 | 1 | 7-28
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Wpływ zmieniającej się przestrzeni społeczno-kulturowej na aksjologię sił zbrojnych

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Changing the Influence of Socio-Cultural Space in the Armed Forces Axiology
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The author indication of the impact of the changing socio-cultural space for axiology forces begin by recalling the selected and most synthetic characteristics. Summons characteristics Alvin Toffler, Michael Hempoliński and John G. Bloch and design philosophy of Immanuel Kant as the basis for the so-called theory of "democratic peace". They all involve some degree with the demands of changes in the axiology of the armed forces of universal disarmament to reduce the mass killing, including the armed forces. Recalling further recognition of military sociology which states, that modern armies of Western civilization and the liberal-democratic socio-cultural space noticeable is the transition from the army as an institution for the Army as an organization is trying to point out the differences between the types of axiological functioning of the armed forces. Based on the above, the conclusion suggests and recommends a new paradigm of the warrior ethic, "the intellectual in uniform and without", in the civilizations of cognitive functioning and acting under the responsibility to protect ("R2P") from genocide, ethnic cleansing and war crimes, and crimes against humanity.
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