No 3 (2009)

Articles
Principle of «Observability»: Why Cannot the Theory of the Infinite Universe be Realized?
Pavlenko A.N.
Abstract
The present work demonstrates that all cosmological theories obey an epistemological relation: all steps cosmology makes in the direction of acquiring the status of a natural science are inversely proportional to its steps in the direction of allowing infinite values of cosmological features. An attempt to introduce infinity into the Universe description by the Newtonian model, resulted in the photometric and gravitational paradoxes. To eliminate the paradoxes, relativistic cosmology had to introduce once more the infinite characteristics of the Universe. The same difficulty is typical of the inflationary and chaotic scenarios.
RUDN Journal of Philosophy. 2009;(3):5-15
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The Unity of Microcosm and Macrocosm. A New Approach to the Solution of the Old World Outlook question
Antipenko L.G.
Abstract
The article is dedicated to the examination of an ancient problem concerning the unity of microcosm and macrocosm. There is a new approach to its solution. It is based on the idea complementarity from the quantum physics, Curie principle (the principle of symmetry/dissymmetry) and on issues of the science of cerebral hemispheres («left brain, right brain»).
RUDN Journal of Philosophy. 2009;(3):16-23
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Philosophical Aspects of Fundamental Paradigms in Physics
Knyazev V.N.
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In the article philosophical ideas of fundamental physic paradigms are under review. They were put forward by Yu.S. Vladimirov on the grounds of basic physic categories. The specific character of philosophical problems in physics as an allied sphere of knowledge is revealed in the course of development of fundamental physic experience and requires flexibility of epistemological interpretation of modern paradigmal knowledge.
RUDN Journal of Philosophy. 2009;(3):24-30
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Philosophical Problems of Human Genetics and Gene Engineering (The Second Article)
Naydysh V.M., Gnatik E.N.
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In the article are analyzing philosophical and science principles, those are the theoretical base for clearing up the limits of using possibilities of gene engineering.
RUDN Journal of Philosophy. 2009;(3):31-39
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Why Does the «Organism» of Ethics Rejects the Embryo Stem Cells?
Siluyanova I.V.
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The article provides an analysis of the ethical issues in the modern biomedical technologies with use stem cells for the purpose of development of recommendations for formation of ethically correct legislation, regulating the application and use of the modern regenerative technologies in Russia.
RUDN Journal of Philosophy. 2009;(3):40-49
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Philosophical Problems of Linguistics
Baryshnikov N.P.
Abstract
The article discusses the theoretical and methodological 'sovereignty' of linguistics as a science and focuses on the concept of cross-disciplinary interaction between linguistics and a number of humanities disciplines having philosophical language problems within their fields of study.
RUDN Journal of Philosophy. 2009;(3):50-56
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An Ontology of Quantum Mathematics
Vasyukov V.L.
Abstract
A claim that mathematics would be formalized within the framework of a non-classical logic would be accepted in a twofold manner. It caused by the reason that non-classical mathematics ontology (universe) might be either global or local regarding not only classical but all other non-classical mathematics ontology. The construction of quantos (quantum topos) as categorical global universe allows to extend this claim for the case of quantum mathematics.
RUDN Journal of Philosophy. 2009;(3):57-70
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Appearance and Development of Formal Intuitionistic Theories of Mathematical Analysis
Khakhanyan V.K.
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In the article there is a review of investigations on intuitionistic formal theories of mathematical analysis. All main results and models, obtained at the end of 60-s, 70-s and at the beginning of 80-s of XX c. are given.
RUDN Journal of Philosophy. 2009;(3):71-79
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A Creative Nondeterministic Computability
Anisov A.M.
Abstract
This paper shows a range of fundamental limitations inherent to any process realized in a standard theory of deterministic computability that significantly hamper its application to an analysis of philosophical problems concerning time-flow phenomena. Here a method based on a non-standard generalization of a computability concept is proposed that allows an adequate investigation of such philosophical problems. This goal is achieved by means of rejecting determinism in computational processes.
RUDN Journal of Philosophy. 2009;(3):80-92
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Dynamic Logic of Knowledge DKpr: its Metalogical Properties
Lednikov E.E.
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The paper shows that the author's first order modal logic of knowledge DKpr is consistent and complete, that compactness theorem, Lewenheim-Skolem theorem and Craig interpolation theorem may be true of it.
RUDN Journal of Philosophy. 2009;(3):93-99
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Basis Statements of the Truth Theory with the Truth Operator
Pavlov S.A.
Abstract
This paper proposes the axiomatic theory of truth with the truth operator. The truth operator is included in language of this theory that permits iteration of such operator.
RUDN Journal of Philosophy. 2009;(3):100-113
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Conference Review «Science and Pseudo-Scientific Forms of Culture»
Dudenkova I.V., Gnatik E.N.
Abstract
RUDN Journal of Philosophy. 2009;(3):114-119
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