The Concept Of Reciprocal Communication And Its Relevance In Modern Communicative Reality


The article discusses the process of communication in the division of being into an object and a subject in a transforming communicative reality. Based on the works of Karl Jaspers and P.A. Florensky, who considered communicative research through the prism of society and humanism and faith in the spiritual development of each person. They turn to the topic of loneliness and the circumstances that help to overcome it. The juxtaposition of loneliness and friendship, love, and deep communication occupies a huge place in the works of K. Jaspers and P.A. Florensky. We assume that this arises due to the fact that the problem of interaction between the subject and the outside world is one of the most important topics in modern reality. The real solution to the issue of the possibility of full-fledged communication, as well as the issue of preventing disintegration on a global scale, lies not on the way of eliminating differences, but on the way of gaining commonality while maintaining differences: whole coincided in their aspirations and ideas.

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31 March 2022

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Bagaeva, O. N. (2022). The Concept Of Reciprocal Communication And Its Relevance In Modern Communicative Reality. In & I. Savchenko (Ed.), Freedom and Responsibility in Pivotal Times, vol 125. European Proceedings of Social and Behavioural Sciences (pp. 809-815). European Publisher.