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Philosophy is a science...
The denying of the existence of the problem of our living world universality
Anthropological Evolutionary Paradox
Method 9 - UNIVERSAL FUNCTIONAL REDUCTIONISM IN INTEGRATIVE MENTAL MAPPING
Every theory has its own ontology
The conceptual scheme created by Prof. Darryl Macer
The rethinking of the figure
The primary tasks of mental mapping
Pragmatistic (instrumentalist) approach to the mental mapping
The common features of Western philosophy and science: presentism, environmentalism (sociocentrism), adaptationism, individualism and subject-object relation to the world
The Cosmist approach is both the systemic world-view and the methodology of scientific exploration
Cosmist functionalism studies the entire evolutionary (ontogenetic) process of a man
Original 'Cosmist pragmatism,' 'Cosmist instrumentalism,' and 'Cosmist functionalism'
The notion of Basic Cosmist Functionality (BCF)
The principle of universal functional reductionism
The principle of CosmoBiotypology
Person-driven cosmist evolutionism
The three principal notions of the Cosmist paradigm
The inappropriate position of man in the cosmos is the reason of his unhealthiness and non-wellbeing
Three original bases of the Cosmist approach
The function of what we are talking about?
What are we putting into the centre of human ideas consideration?
Four trends of comprehending human ideas and behaviours
The conclusions (continuation)
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