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The article deals with the problem of understanding the essence of the world (being) in the national education of the peoples of the world. Mythological, idealistic and religious, as well as dialectical-materialistic approaches to the interpretation of the essence of the world (being) from the scientific, pedagogical and historical points of view are analyzed.
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