||The editorial policy of the journal focuses on the studies which
examine the values of modern society - new and traditional, significant
not only for the individual and specific society of different regions but
also for the world culture as a whole in the face of challenges and
threats of the technological revolution, crisis of cultures and their value
bases, and the total digitalization of the world community. The content
of the issue presents an understanding of sociocultural problems and
axiological practices within the framework of philosophy. The issue
covers the studies in existential philosophy, philosophy of society and
axiology of culture including the media space.
Materials will be interesting to the wide scientific community,
university lecturers, students, workers in culture and education,
everyone who is concerned about humanism in its original and
fundamental status, the problem of preserving the cultural diversity
of society, and everyone who is interested in the mental picture of the
world, sign realities of different societies.