Volume 7, Issue 5

RENAISSANCE EDUCATIONAL GUIDELINES OF THE IDEAL GOVERNOR TRAINING IN SONG OF THE BISON BY BELARUSIAN THINKER MYKOLA HUSOVSKY (141876)

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Abstract : The article is devoted to the coverage of the main Renaissance educational guidelines for the training of the ideal governor in the Song of the bison by Belarusian thinker Mykola Husovsky, who lived in the XV – XVIth centuries. In particular, authors allusions and metaphors of the words bison and ideal governor, forest dwellers and society were analyzed. It was characterized the authors ideas about the statesmans training including the necessity of the development of integrity, sincerity, moderation, wisdom, justice etc of a student. At the same time, it was found that a representative of the East Slavic ethno-cultural environment Husovsky was concentrated on a common European humanistic mainstream. This is specified in the inheritance of titles and regalia, honor and high morality, aesthetization and liberalization of educational influences on the individual in the conditions of constant independent hard work over the representatives of the political establishment of that time in Europe.

Pages : 120-124

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Modified Date : 2020-05-10

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DMYTRO LOBODA , "RENAISSANCE EDUCATIONAL GUIDELINES OF THE IDEAL GOVERNOR TRAINING IN SONG OF THE BISON BY BELARUSIAN THINKER MYKOLA HUSOVSKY", IJIERT - International Journal of Innovations in Engineering Research and Technology, Volume 7, Issue 5, ISSN : 2394-3696, Page No. 120-124