Human safety as ideologial philosophical problem
In the article deals with the concept of safety in which a man (person) is the key subject of safety activity, its system formed element. The historical and modern approaches to individual safety concepts are grounded. The views of thinkers of past and present regarding of this problem are characterized in it. In the basis of the concept contained human need for freedom from fear and of needs, confrontation of different forms of violence and combating from poverty in all its manifestations are revealed. Present threats and risks for the safety of person, including ineffectiveness of national governments, their resource dependency, inability to respond on global threats and challenges (including the deterioration of the environment, uncontrolled migration, terrorism, information wars,spreading of infectious illness, etc.) inconsolidation of society, lack of social consensus and effective institutional instruments, to ensure of the rights and freedoms of person are determined. The multidimensional understanding of safety (economic, food, health, environmental, personal, civil and political safety) is proved. The main factors of influence on the safety of person, including: internal (psychophysical condition, level of education (knowledge) traditions, values, ideals, beliefs, needs and interests, etc.); external (native: factors of society and the interaction of individuals and society, state and condition factors interaction of the person and the state, global, global issues factor, the factor of global institutions, global processes factor) are determined.