The article attempts to show the specifics of the formation of moral consciousness in the context of the digital transformation of the educational space. The concepts of freedom and responsibility are viewed as the basic ethical values that organize moral experience. The study of the problem is carried out on the basis of the concepts of digital socialization and digital personality. It should be noted that the actions of the subject of training are technologically predetermined. The transformation of content into an online product means that the technology already carries a certain part of new practices, a certain organizational capital: the ability to be creative, innovative, have high communication skills. It is shown that the pragmatic aspect of understanding and actions of the individual within the framework of freedom and responsibility is manifested as the need to "fit" into the new innovative system of professional requests. The article presents such features of the mentality of modern students as a rapid change in the system of moral assessments, lack of experience of reflection, amorphous idea of individual ethical responsibility. Freedom and responsibility as ethical guidelines for activity are largely concretized as emotionally experienced ideas about the "field of possibilities" of self-realization, that is, largely in an individualistic context. It is shown that in conditions of information overload, developed communicativeness, one of the important ways of manifesting moral feelings is an intuitive moral judgment and action.
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31 March 2022
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Krivykh, E. G. (2022). Digitalization Of Education And The Formation Of Moral Consciousness Of Modern Students. In & I. Savchenko (Ed.), Freedom and Responsibility in Pivotal Times, vol 125. European Proceedings of Social and Behavioural Sciences (pp. 137-142). European Publisher. https://doi.org/10.15405/epsbs.2022.03.17