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Philosophical view of language as a means and way of implementing practice-oriented education in the university 25
Mikhalkin N. V., Doctor of Philosophy, Head of the Department of Philosophy and Humanities, Moscow State University of Psychology and Education, Moscow, Russia, firstname.lastname@example.org
Averyushkin A. N., PhD in Philosophy, Associate professor of the Department of Philosophy and Humanities , Moscow State University of Psychology and Education, Moscow, Russia, email@example.com
The article examines the relationship between the development of the traits of university students and the personality properties of a specialist, allowing them to actively participate in their professional activities and meet the requirements of the public practice in the country, and the language of texts, oral speech, which acts as a means of development in the taught stated traits and properties of the personality of the specialist. Specifically, the authors, based on a philosophical approach, made an attempt to understand the possibilities of the Russian language as a means and a way to implement in the university a complex process of implementation of practice-oriented education. In the article, the authors implement their idea based on the author's definition of the content of practice-oriented education, which has its distinctive manifestation in the conditions of changing content of public practice and types professional activities.
Keywords: language, medium, method, practice, practice-oriented education