The Role of Philosophy in Shaping Cultural Identity: A Comparative Analysis


  • Dr. Natalia Ivanova Faculty of Social Sciences, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia Author


Philosophy, Cultural Identity, Comparative Analysis, Cultural Norms, Values, Philosophical Traditions, Multidisciplinary Approach, Societal Perspectives, Cultural Evolution, Anthropology


This scholarly article explores the significant influence of philosophy in shaping cultural identity through a comparative analysis of various philosophical traditions. By examining the impact of philosophical thought on the development of cultural norms, values, and perspectives, this article aims to provide insights into how different philosophical paradigms contribute to the formation and evolution of cultural identities across societies. The study employs a multidisciplinary approach, drawing on philosophy, anthropology, and cultural studies to unravel the intricate connections between philosophical ideas and cultural identity.