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Poizner B. N. To place concepts dualism at the service of «two synergeticses» synergy. Izvestiya VUZ. Applied Nonlinear Dynamics, 2008, vol. 16, iss. 3, pp. 197-213. DOI: 10.18500/0869-6632-2008-16-3-197-213

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To place concepts dualism at the service of «two synergeticses» synergy

Poizner Boris Nikolaevich, National Research Tomsk State University

Integration of «natural history» with «the humanities» is mission and strategy of Synergetics. Whether the situation of «two Synergeticses» («authentic» and «metaphorical», on V.G. Budanov) contradicts them? The author shows that presence «of two Cultures» realized still by G.B. Vico is stipulated by concepts dualism. Concepts are units of collective knowledge and perception. Some of concepts accumulate scientific generalizations, other keep human values. The author puts forward a conceptological task of Synergetics: to assemble a Dictionary of Synergetics concepts as an instrument of interdisciplinary consolidation; to develop synergy of «two Synergeticses» using the concepts fund as a basis of a comparative research. Concept of truth is considered (etymology of the word in various languages and explanations). Under the author judgement it is possible to join heuristic potentials of Evolution doctrine, Synergetics, Semiotics, Fractal Semiotics (V.V. Tarasenko), Attractive-analysis (A.I. Sosland), concept of replication, developing an observation aspect of truth search.

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