SOCIO - PSYCHOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF PROMOTION IN SOCIETY OF INDIVIDUALS - CARRIERS OF CREATIVE INTELLIGENCE

Gubenko Aleksandr Vladimirovich Губенко Олександр Володимирович

Abstract


The article analyzes the political-psychological and socio-psychological conditions that contribute to the development and promotion of intellectually gifted individuals in society. Consider positive and negative factors that affect this development. Analyzed some of the circumstances that influence the promotion of talent in society or hinder this process. Among them are studied, in particular, such as envy and negative selection mechanism. They are considered as factors that hinder the promotion of talent. Are also allocated as a political and economic monopoly, which prevent social and economic creativity. Envy is a complex, ambivalent psychological phenomenon. In it coexist conflicting emotions. On the one hand, there is present admiration for the object of envy and on the other - negative feelings. Among these negative experiences can be called a feeling of inferiority.  It occurs in a "normal" person when comparing themselves to gifted man. Envy for talent plays a significant role in the formation of such mechanism of social behavior, as negative selection. Negative selection is manifested in restraining social advancement of talented individuals who are envious and the promotion in society of people with mediocre abilities. As a result of this process, the intellectual level of the ruling elites is reduced. This adversely affects the development of society, reducing its overall creativity. The political and economic monopoly is also an obstacle to the promotion of talented people in society. The article also notes that the essence of creativity is not a human adaptation to reality, but the adaptation of reality to man, the transformation.

Keywords: gifted personality, creativity, catalytic conditions, factors that promote the talent, society, intelligence.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.31108/

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