The role of cognitive science in the promotion of humanitarian knowledge in higher education

Larisa Abrosimova, Marina Bogdanova, E.V. Vorobyova, I.V. Abakumova
2019 SHS Web of Conferences  
The article discusses the main milestones in the development of cognitive science, which from the very beginning has been a synthesis of natural and humanitarian knowledge. The authors not only emphasize the need to strengthen the role of humanities (philosophy, linguistics, psychology, cultural studies, etc.), without which serious research projects in the field of cognitive science are literally impossible, but also point out the importance of cognitive science in the promotion of humanities
more » ... tion of humanities in universities. Turning to the work of the representatives of Russian cultural and historical psychology L.S. Vygotsky and A.R. Luria, the authors try to show that their idea that culture is a system of supra-individual regulators that permeate mental and material-objective life forms preceded some basic settings of the cognitive paradigm long before its official establishment.
doi:10.1051/shsconf/20197008001 fatcat:kdjjvsbrwvawxmqdwt5g5ixguy