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Petrova Yu., Kemova M. Adygea Is a Pearl of the Caucasus, National Features of Ethnos from Origins to Modernity / annotation

Yulia A. Petrova – Ph.D. in Philosophy, Associate Professor, Rostov State University of Economics (RSEU), Rostov-on-Don, Russian Federation.
Milana R. Kemova – second-year student, Rostov State University of Economics (RSEU), Rostov-on-Don, Russian Federation

The diverse culture of the Republic of Adygea is revealed. Today Adygea plays a very important role in the formation of the spiritual appearance of man. More than 100 peoples live here in friendship and mutual understanding, where social, economic and national problems are successfully solved. The study provides a theoretical rationale for the validity of the conceptual unity of scientific rationality and of the figurative language of the ancient multifaceted culture and art of Adygea. According to the scientists, long-standing Adighe traditions and customs reflected the emergence of an individual system of personality values. The Adighe people honor their rituals, customs, on the basis of which a moral code of the Adygeis, called "Adygagye" is formed, acting as the core of the Adighe culture. The sound of Adighe music, the fighting qualities and sophistication of Circassian weapons, the splendor of the national costume, of the national dance, the peculiarities of traditional cuisine anciently make up the treasure trove of the culture of the Adygeis. The detailed examination of the national characteristics of ethnos actualizes the possibility and necessity to find such form of culture and art that would meet the needs of a man of the modern era.

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