Mishuchkov A.А. CATEGORICAL STATUS OF THE CONCEPT "DIALOGUE OF CIVILIZATIONS"The article discusses the concept of the semantic space of dialogue among civilizations in the context of different humanitarian discourses involved in the collision trends of globalization and traditionalism in the modern world. Reveals the essential relationship of terms "dialogue" and "civilization", critical reading of their definitions in connection with the implementation of the phenomena of moral substance communicativeness — refinement and humanization of man. A hypothesis is about the two models of "dialogue of civilizations" — liberal, supporting globalization trends and aliberal, anti-global, based on traditionalism and fundamentalism of religious and civilizational values. The author’s definition of the terms "dialogue of civilizations" are given in a broad sense and in relation to the two selected models of dialogue.Key words: dialogue of civilizations, dialogue, civilization, discourses of globalization, liberalism, forms of dialogue among civilizations, traditionalism, fundamentalism.
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