Spiritual sphere of society

There are many different spheres of society, each of which includes social institutions, activities and relations between people. The spiritual sphere of society is the sphere of creating relations, disseminating and assimilating spiritual values.

The social and spiritual spheres of society are closely related. Social culture is a system of rules of behavior of people in various situations, and spiritual culture is a kind of social.

The material and spiritual spheres of society are a system of means of human activity. Thanks to them, a person programs, stimulates and realizes his activity. These funds are constantly being improved.

The structure of the spiritual sphere of society

  1. Spiritual communication . People exchange ideas, feelings, knowledge and emotions . Such communication can be carried out with the help of linguistic and other sign systems, printing, television, technical means, radio, etc.
  2. Spiritual needs . It is very important to receive spiritual education, to learn new forms of being, to express oneself in creativity, to engage in spiritual practices.
  3. Spiritual relations . In the niche of spiritual life between people there are various interrelations, for example, aesthetic, religious, legal, political, moral.
  4. Spiritual consumption . To meet spiritual needs, educational institutions are being created, for example, museums, theaters, churches, exhibitions, libraries, philharmonic societies and educational events.

Conflicts in the spiritual sphere of society

They are disagreements, the struggle of subjects with different interests, worldviews and views in the distribution of spiritual values. The most common conflicts are found in religion and art. They can be expressed in the form of criticism or discussion.

In the spiritual sphere, the following types of conflicts stand out:

  1. Ethical and ideological conflicts . Arise with opposing views in relation to people to spiritual reality.
  2. Conflict of the world outlook . It arises with a different presentation and understanding of the world, life positions and behavior programs.
  3. Conflict of innovation . Occurs when there is a clash of new and old views on the spiritual sphere of society.
  4. Conflicts of spiritual culture and traditions are the opposite of perceptions, habits, rituals and skills that are passed on from generation to generation.

Spiritual needs of people are very complex and diverse. They continue to form to this day. In this connection, various forms of spiritual life arise in which a person can find answers to his questions.