Published in journal "Philosophy and Culture", 2014-1 in rubric "Editor-in-Chief's column", pages 7-11.
Resume: The author of the article raises a question about paradigms being an essential part of modern anthropology. The paradox is that the most recent findings in philosophy of human are found side by side with previous, former concepts of human. For instance, Fedor Girenok’s notes published in the Literaturnaya Gazeta immediately caused a sharp response from scientists, educators and readers. Researchers reproached Fedor Girenok for discussing the nature of consciousness from the idealistic point of view instead of supporting materialistic views. Meanwhile Fedor Girenok shared the most recent discoveries in the sphere of studying brain activity. The author of the present article talks about philosophy and science, their relation and difficult, often dramatic connections. The author of the article tries to understand whether it is acceptable to apply the term «paradigm» to anthropology. In order to answer this question, it is necessary to specify peculiarities of the conclusions made by modern human sciences.
Keywords: philosophy, science, human, knowledge, paradigm, system, death of human, cognition of life, mental adventures, consciousness, brain.
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