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Modern Philosophy in the Context of Interdisciplinary Studies of Human and Nature

  • K. V. DergachevEmail author
  • Y. T. Trifankov
Conference paper
Part of the Smart Innovation, Systems and Technologies book series (SIST, volume 139)

Abstract

The article focuses on multidisciplinary research of the socio-technological development of the world and life for the last 16 years as one of the main factors of the contradictory course of human life processes and the emergence in this regard the most acute problems of the biosphere and humanity existence. The authors of the article pay attention to the fact that V.I. Vernadsky saw some changes, but he believed that humanity, associated in its earthly unity, would continue to act rationally in accordance with the collective mind – powerful science. Among new methodological approaches is social-natural one which is described in V.I. Vernadsky’s works. It allows us to more deeply penetrate into the essence of the growing integrated socio-technological phenomena. The philosophers and scientists of the multidisciplinary school made a number of completely new conclusions, analysis of existing theories of social development, their interpretation of the developing picture of the earth’s world, especially the ongoing dangerous change in the evolution on the Earth. They cannot be ignored in developing the world community and the biosphere, which is practically dying beneath our eyes. The article draws conclusions about the need to take urgent measures to strengthen the biosphere life.

Keywords

Socio-technogenic development of the world Socio-natural approach Multidisciplinary research Strengthening the biosphere life 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Bryansk State Technical UniversityBryanskRussia

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