Ideal Female Types in Sociological and Philosophical Understanding
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- Ideal type, M. Weber, gender range of problems, heroid, hero, sociocultural context, female types
The ideal type, as one of the leading concepts of the Weberian cognitive theory of social phenomena, is a collective construction which reproduces the specifics and cause-effect structure of the formation and internal dynamics of the object of scientific research. The epistemological status of the ideal type implies the use of not the normatively prescribed methods of constructing ideas about the subject, but the use of the form of reflection and judgment of empirical material inherent in social and philosophical science. Therefore, in this article, the subject of the research is a collective timeless image of heroids - the ideal female type, which, like many other ideal types, despite objective transformations, passes through mythology, literature, real events from ancient times to modern times. A heroid is a collective type of woman helping the "hero", but not appreciated by him. Despite a number of common features, the concept of heroids lends itself to internal classification. Heroid images are grouped into categorical types. These types are stable and have a timeless nature, but their manifestation is largely determined by the socio-cultural and historical context.
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TY - CONF AU - I.A. Savchenko AU - S.V. Ustinkin AU - N.A. Ageeva AU - T.A. Rodzikovskaya PY - 2019/07 DA - 2019/07 TI - Ideal Female Types in Sociological and Philosophical Understanding BT - Proceedings of the Internation Conference on "Humanities and Social Sciences: Novations, Problems, Prospects" (HSSNPP 2019) PB - Atlantis Press SP - 128 EP - 134 SN - 2352-5398 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/hssnpp-19.2019.24 DO - https://doi.org/10.2991/hssnpp-19.2019.24 ID - Savchenko2019/07 ER -