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Kutyrev, V. A. Does the Cognitization of the World Help Humankind to Survive?

Published in journal "Philosophy and Culture", 2013-1 , pages 96-106.

Resume: Cognitology (knowledge management) is the theory of information thinking without consciousness, images and psyche involved. Derived of reflection, such thinking turns into artificial intellect. It can be interpreted as the post-human world of the Other from the ontological point of view. The purpose of the philosophy of science is to form certain navigators in the spiritual elite environment that would help the processes of interactions between qualitative and cognitive forms of existence as well as transmission of such capabilities into a society. To survive in the high-tech world, we must cultivate the kind of consciousness which would be adequate from the geocentric and anthropological point of view.

Keywords: philosophy, knowledge engineering, consciousness, thinking, information, the other, navigator, trans-modernism, geocentricism, anthropology.

DOI: 10.7256/1999-2793.2013.01.9

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