Antropological horizons of gender equality: from religious cannons to business challenges

R. I. OLEKSENKO, H. V. ORTINA, I. V. KOLOKOLCHIKOVA, O. V. SYZONENKO
2018 Gumanìtarnij Vìsnik Zaporìzʹkoï Deržavnoï Inženernoï Akademìï  
Relevance of research. Any religion in the world emphasizes the woman's femininity, namely an anthropological feature that does not require similarity with the functional features of her husband. However, in turn, it has the potential of a comprehensive development of the individual as a mother, and the realization of the role of women in society. The misconceptions that maternity lifts women's potential and suppresses their personal development causes a lot of controversial issues that lead to
more » ... negative manifestations of gender inequality. Negative manifestations of the perception of false positions lead to terrible structural changes in society, ruin (or shake) the foundations of the laws of motherhood, have consequences of the aging of the nation, the loss of human spiritual humanism. Women lose the opportunity to feel like a mother and transfer their love of work to work as a child. Therefore, its main base anthropological identity is reduced to zero in this case and makes a woman "uncertain" gender, which will never find its place in society. The aim of the study.It based on the study of the anthropological horizons of gender inequality within the framework of religious canons and modern trends in the manifestation of business, the loss of anthropological value of women. The author's team has proved that each of the religions of the world pays much attention to women as mothers, their roles in society with exceptional abilities and special qualities. None of the religions does restrict women in revealing these abilities, but places anthropological peculiarity on the first place of a woman-mother, guardian of the family. Religion acts as a universal anthropological phenomenon, which reveals each individual essential element characteristic of every person and emphasizes its importance for society.
doi:10.30839/2072-7941.2018.149657 fatcat:cyd2vblunzd43lr2g3yk4kmrhm