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Buttayeva A., Aslanov A., Suleimanova Z. Intercultural Relations as A Dialogue of Confessions in Social Space and Cyberspace of Multicultural Russia / annotation

Asiyat M. Buttayeva – Ph.D. (Advanced Doctorate) in Philosophy, Professor, Makhachkala, Republic of Dagestan, Russian Federation.
Aslan M. Aslanov – Ph.D. student, Dagestan State University, Makhachkala, Republic of Dagestan, Russian Federation.
Zumrud S. Suleimanova – Ph.D. student, Dagestan State University, Makhachkala, Republic of Dagestan, Russian Federation.

The dialogue of confessions in the context of intercultural relations certainly plays a special role in the history of the world civilization in general, and in particular of countries with a multicultural and multi-confessional component. Therefore, now, in the period of globalization, one of the main tasks of modern Russian society is to preserve multicultural and multi-confessional historical heritage of all the peoples of Russia, to prevent possible conflicts, and to create an atmosphere of respect for cultural values in society. The study addresses the problem of a dialogue of cultures in the traditional “dimension” and in “cyberspace”. It is noted that the idea of a dialogue as a form of intercultural interaction makes it possible to consider the problems of inter-confessional relations in the system of culture. The attempt is made to determine the name of the digital environment – “cyberworld”, and to introduce it into scientific circulation as a philosophical category for denoting the digital environment. An approach to understanding intercultural relations as a dialogue of confessions is proposed, which allows us to consider religion as a unifying factor of cultures. Digitalization promotes a dialogue both inter-confessional and intercultural, creating an additional environment – a cyber world with an intensive speed of information flow; to avoid assimilation of religions in the flow of information in cyberspace, cross-cultural and religious literacy is necessary. Religion is a factor that unites cultures and which consolidates in the inter-confessional dialogue, both in social and in cyberspace.

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