Shagako D.S. CONFLICT INTERACTION AS AN IMPORTANT SOURCE OF VIOLENCE ORIGIN IN SOCIETY Forms of aggression and violence are very diverse, they have existed and exist everywhere, in all historical epochs and at all levels of society. However, despite the prevalence of these phenomena, and till this day researchers could not definitively answer the question that underlies each of them. The article analyzes the philosophical category of "aggression" and "violence", methodological specifications of each term are given, original definitions of these phenomena of human existence are offered here. Moreover, here on the social and philosophical basis the essential connection of these categories with the origin of such common form of interaction between individuals is exposed with the analysis, as a conflict that has played a significant role in the overall development of society. Key words: aggression, violence, social action, social interaction, conflict.
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