SHS Web of Conferences
Volume 28, 2016RPTSS 2015 – International Conference on Research Paradigms Transformation in Social Sciences 2015
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|Published online||15 June 2016|
Cognitive aspects of a temporality concept in the comparative analysis of post-nonclassical scientificity and myth
1 Tomsk Polytechnic University, 634050 Lenin Avenue, 30, Tomsk, Russia
2 Tomsk State University, 634050 Lenin Avenue, 36, Tomsk, Russia
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The paper considers ‘time’, a fundamental category of human existence, in the context of cognitive processes research in modern culture. Main methodological approaches to determining temporality in myth have been outlined. The authors validate a thesis that methods of understanding time in science and myth at the current development stage of research of the specified worldview forms as cognitive practices correlate. Main features of a ‘time’ concept and its function in mythological thinking, such as unity, interpenetrability, verticality, have been formulated. Myth creates senses, forms a steady ontological picture of the world, makes a human an active source in “constructing the reality”. In this connection, myth mostly plays the role of one of the algorithms of cognitive activity in the context of modern cognitive science. A “temporality” concept realized in myth forms conditions to use it as one of ontological foundations in the modern research of cognitive processes. Main types of temporality in classical and nonclassical science have been described. The specificity of time concept transformation in non-classical science and actualization of relativity and probability of processes and their complementary nature have been revealed. D.Chou’s bootstrap theory of particles has been studied. There has been shown that temporary processes of the micro-world are discrete, diverse and do not exist within the framework of universal integrity which to a great extent correlates with the modern scientific worldview and principles of cognitive practices.
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