Общественный идеал: «онтологическая безопасность» и «политика одиночества»
The article deals with the problem of development of social ideal through the prism of the theory of ontological security. The research focuses on the relationship between ontological security and social anxiety about overcoming human loneliness. The author believes that Russian existentialism is capable of introducing a relatively new topic in the research of the mechanisms for enabling and sustaining ontological security. Namely, maintaining the ontological security of society is possible through specific models of the so-called “politics of loneliness”. Additionally, the article examines how the anthropological experience of loneliness can lead to self-objectification of the individual within the framework of the so called “vertical” politics of loneliness. In conclusion paper examines the question of whether loneliness can be overcomed without political objectification and what can be considered the opposite of negative “loneliness anxiety”.