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Elaboration of the New Paradigm of Interdisciplinary Investigations

Patlavskiy, Serge (1999) Elaboration of the New Paradigm of Interdisciplinary Investigations. [Journal (Paginated)]

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Abstract

In the article, the problem of construction a meta-theory for approaching the complex phenomena of Reality is discussed. The integrated information system is formulated. Such postulate is a suggested basis for creation of a unified methodology of cognition (investigation) which makes it possible to elaborate a new paradigm of interdisciplinary investigations as a separate scientific discipline which has its own methods and special objects. The article will be of interest to philosophers and methodologists of science

Item Type:Journal (Paginated)
Additional Information:New contact e-mails: prodigyPSF@rambler.ru anomalous@ukr.net
Keywords:complex phenomena, theory of consciousness, criteria of scientific approach, cognitive paradoxes, epistemological verification, interdisciplinary investigations.
Subjects:Philosophy > Philosophy of Science
ID Code:3571
Deposited By:Patlavskiy, Serge
Deposited On:06 Jul 2004
Last Modified:11 Mar 2011 08:55

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Bunge, M. A. (1973), Philosophy of physics (Dordrecht: D. Raidel publishing company).

Brillouin, L. (1964), Scientific Uncertainty and Information (New York&London: Academic Press).

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