SOCIAL AND MORAL BASES OF HUMANIST EDUCATION OF PRESCHOOL CHILDREN
The article touches on the moral foundations of humane education of young children, the upbringing of the younger generation in the humanist spirit, the differences between norms and values, the formation of humanistic relations in society, the essence of the humanist curriculum. The article notes that the Humanist Curriculum views the learner as a whole, not as a subject of society, history, or philosophy, but humanistic moral values are essential for active and vibrant citizenship. It is noted that if we look at the widely agreed principles of Humanism and the Theory of Humanist Education, we see that humanism originates from ancient traditions in both the West and the East, and from these traditions developed various humanist philosophies – classical, romantic, existentialist and critical. The article also reflects the theories of humane upbringing of young children.