The "Consent " in the cultural and civilizational development of Kazakhstan (socio-philosophical analysis)
Aidana Yerzhanova – Serik Nurmuratov – Galiya Kurmangalieva – Dinara Zhanabayeva – Zhanyl Madalieva
The article provides a socio-philosophical analysis of approaches to defining the essence and content of the concept of consent as an idea, problem and principle. It applies a phenomenological methodology that allows us to record the phenomenon of consent and how it takes place.
The concept of harmony in Kazakhstan's cultural and civilizational development is an important aspect in overcoming economic, socio-cultural and political crises, gaining socio-political and economic stability by the state.
Only a public system based on the consent of citizens can effectively use the opportunities, resources and mechanisms for further development and qualitative transformation of all spheres of public life.
Achieving social harmony is necessary since the main goal of social modernization is to enter the orbit of sustainable development.
A multi-ethnic and multi-religious Kazakhstan can achieve this goal only by gaining civil peace and democratic consensus. Therefore, efforts should be made to organize and implement a discourse on a wide range of socially significant topics to achieve constructive social agreement.
Key words: consent, coordination of interests, models of modern democracy, harmony, unity, solidarity