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Journal: Paradigm of knowlege (Vol.34, No. 2)

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Page : 142-162

Keywords : humanitarian of knowledge; classical University; Bologna process; commercialization of education;

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From ancient times, classical higher education was based on humanitarian knowledge, primarily on widely interpreted rhetoric, which has armed itself with a variety of knowledge and ability to debate. But the modern university was formed in the Middle Ages, which determined the range of problems that the Modern and postmodern era is trying to solve; it was dominated by theology and, in general, an orientation towards what is recognized in the Renaissance as a humanitarian moment. From the beginning of the XIXth century in Western society as classical universities considered universities with a humanitarian bias; only then the “natural” faculties joined. However, even in this format, universities were not focused on flat utility, preferring the fundamental theory to it. In the XXth century was taken an orientation to unite “middle-level education higher“ institutions in the format of the commercialization of higher education — the so-called The Bologna process, but the classical university with strong traditions in the West is not threatened by either the outflow of applicants or the loss of attention of patrons. In our case, in the perspective of entering the Bologna process and the unconditional commercialization of education, there is also a tendency of absolute confidence in the engineering and computer – essentially supporting staff – for whom “humanitarian” is just “information noise”; so it is quite possible the complete destruction of the classical university and the total dehumanization of life with all the consequences of such actions.

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