MODERN UNDERSTANDING OF SCIENCE AND TECHNICAL PROGRESS IN THE CONDITIONS OF THE BIPOLAR WORLD
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Abstract (English):
Key factors of historical development of mankind at the present stage are the science and technical progress. On the basis of the analysis of approaches in understanding of science and technical progress an attempt of modern judgment of scientific and technical progress which is more oriented to requirements and interests of the specific person acting as the main consumer of progress is made. Besides, requirements serve as incentives which determine a vector and speed of development of scientific and technical progress. Modern largescale technical progress leads to emergence of the most various ethical problems worldwide. However in relation to People´s Republic of China ethical problems of technical progress have some features. They are connected first of all with the fact that technical progress not only cardinally changes the tenor of life of huge number of people which developed in millennia, but also calls into question the traditional principles of management of society. Within preparation of a personnel (intellectual) resource the undoubted positive fact is stability of high level of training with use of new approaches to train-ing.

Keywords:
social approach, scientific and technical progress, vital interests of the person
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