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The beauty of a man of Russian and foreign 159
Burlakova I.I., Doctor of Education, head of the Department of linguodidactics and intercultural communication, Moscow State University of Psychology and Education, Moscow, Russia, firstname.lastname@example.org
The highest spiritual and moral value of man is the harmonious unity of his physical perfection, moral beliefs, motivation, purposeful will and creative intelligence. These qualities of a person are interrelated. The beauty in a person is revealed in the deep connection of spiritual and physical beauty of the person by F. M. Dostoevsky. As a national artist, he talked not so much about the physical beauty of man in general, but about the Russian man. The artist understands the beauty as a certain dignity of man, in this case, the representative of the Russian people. The writer in many of his works presented a humane view of the spiritual side of human life. On the pages of his works, he speaks about the inevitability of suffering as a test of personality for vitality, and at the same time he does not reject the future joys that can lead to the decomposition of personality. In this sense, suffering can be given a positive moral assessment, as it contributes to a certain extent to the formation of a whole personality. Huge value Dostoevsky gave more important to the human condition, which makes it look solid and pretty - creative work. The fact of high moral evaluation of this quality in man in the era of acute social conflicts is of great progressive importance, as evidence of the humanism of the writer's ideals.
Keywords: spiritual beauty, moral qualities, works, F.M. Dostoevsky