INTELLIGENCE AND THINKING IN CONCEPTS OF CONTEMPORARY EPISTHEMOLOGYJournal: EDUCATIONAL DISCOURSE: COLLECTION OF SCIENTIFIC PAPERS (Vol.5, No. 5)
Publication Date: 2018-06-20
Authors : Maksym Halchenko;
Page : 7-16
Keywords : cognitive science; intellect; thinking; cognition; subject; structure; theory;
Epistemological structures do not appear to be the conscious meaning of thinking, but they define its concrete form. This phenomenon belong to both everyday and scientific thinking. The growth of the number of cognitive theories reveals their social aspect, the connection with the Bergsonian theory of anti-intellectual intuitionism. Adaptation of intelligence to social history provided the thinking with the internal structure in accordance with the realities of the outside world. Of great importance in the study of cognition is the concept of "autopoiesis" - the theory of self-reproduction of living systems. This is the first scientific theory that overcomes the division of reason and matter. The cognitive preconditions of the activity of thinking serve as means of interdisciplinary cooperation on its complex and contradictory processes.
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