Hegel’s “Anthropology” as a methodical tool of studying the peculiarities of polycultural education
Belik A.A. Doctor of Culturological Sciences, professor, chair of ethnopsychology and psychological foundations of multicultural education, leading researcher, Institute of Ethnology and Anthropology, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow State University of Psychology and Education, Moscow, Russia, Belik2004@list.ru
This article is devoted to examination of Hegel’s “Anthropology” and his justification of the theoretical program of ethnic psychology. Hegel identifies two main levels of studying the psychological peculiarities of cultures and personalities. The first - natural spirits - stands for peculiarities of groups of countries united by one religion. The second level - local spirits or national characters of single nations.