Published in journal "Philosophy and Culture", 2010-12 , pages 73-86.
Resume: The article is devoted to the problem of formation of a universal system of values in the context of globalization. The author analyzes institutionalization of civilization identity in a modern world. Much attention is paid at axiological aspects of modernization of communication between state institutions, nations and personalities at a global level. It is concluded that there is a certain need in activation of philosophical refl ection in the process of globalization of values in a pluralistic format.
Keywords: philosophy, globalization, policy, humanity, values, collaboration, civilizations, pluralism, culture, identity
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