Sergey Ivanovich Kursakin, senior lecturer of the Sustainable Innovative Development Department (the International University of Nature, Society and Man “Dubna”), member of the International Academy of Ecological Security and Environmental Management
The article reflects the author’s vision of K.E.Tsiolkovsky’s ideas on the beginning of the universe. It addresses several major philosophical categories (Nothing, Ego and others) in the context of antinomic axiomatics (P.G.Kuznetsov). The article also reveals author’s assessment of the modern science’s cognitive abilities, its advantages and disadvantages. The author describes a new cognitive paradigm based on an empathic method which is called “thought-action”.
KEYWORDS: Antinomy axiomatics P.G.Kuznetsov, E.Ilenkov, the beginning of the Universe, cosmism, Nothing as a philosophical category, Ego as a philosophical category, cognition, subjective empathy, thought-action.
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