Proceedings of the International Conference on the Theory and Practice of Personality Formation in Modern Society (ICTPPFMS 2018)

Transgression and transcendence in development of a psychologically safety personality

Authors
Krasnoschechenko Irina, Arpentieva Mariam, Moiseeva Irina, Spihenkova Maria, Kosov Alexandr
Corresponding Author
Krasnoschechenko Irina
Available Online September 2018.
DOI
https://doi.org/10.2991/ictppfms-18.2018.28How to use a DOI?
Keywords
transgression, the sacred, desacralization, transcendence, product, ban, personality, intercultural interaction, psychologically secure personality
Abstract
The article examines the socio-cultural conditions of generation and the prohibition of the phenomenon of transgression and its role in the development of a psychologically secure personality. The authors discuss approaches to the phenomenon of transgression in the concepts of spiritual and moral foundations of human existence and development of a psychologically secure personality. The phenomenon of transgression is compared with the phenomenon of transcendence. Transcendence plays an important role in the development of a psychologically secure personality. Transgression manifests itself in desacralization, rejection of values (prescriptions) and violation of cultural prohibitions. Incomplete transgression (not directed its efforts to transcendence, reintegration of man and the world) forms a psychologically unsafe personality. Transgression makes the world more “fractional”, patchwork, sometimes not just going beyond borders, but creating these boundaries. It departs from the “monotopy” (unity of the world, time and space, culture and society), to heterotopy. Heterotopia is the space beyond all others, the space in which there are no familiar laws and regulations to the subject. People entering the heterotopia (especially in frontier or border), are forced to adapt to new conditions and somehow the so-called act of transgression, i.e. to overstep the limits of the traditional behavior. It raises epistemological significance of the study of heterotopic transgression. For the individual or group subject of transgressional acts, these acts are one of the typical forms of responding to a meeting with a Stranger / Other. This form gives the individual or the community the opportunity for productive and effective ways of adapting to changing environmental conditions, but also creates the risk of destruction and inefficiency as a personal, and group, both interpersonal and inter-group functioning, development and interaction
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