Logical Methodology

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Absract. The regulatory documents of the Ministry of Higher Education and Science set the task of forming competencies of students. Competences are understood as knowledge and skills. Knowledge is the world outlook component of science, and therefore the corresponding academic discipline, and skills are its methodological component. The world outlook refers to the system of views on the subject area of science, and the methodology is the system of intangible means of cognition and practical activities developed in this science and presented in the relevant academic discipline. It is noted that the subject of study in logic is not only the particular structure of thoughts and processes of thinking (forms of thought and processes of thinking), but also the types and characteristics of the original components of complex thoughts and processes of thinking, such as signs and terms. In the article on the example of logic the author's concept of the methodological component of the academic discipline is described. Attention is drawn to the importance of using in the process of cognition methodological standpoints created on the basis of world outlook, as well as to the need to take into account the types of knowledge - empirical and theoretical knowledge, problem, hypothesis, theory. Some other methodological tools of logic are given, for example, principles, technology. More well-known methodological tools (methods, strategies, tactics, etc.) are not considered. It is assumed that the article will cause interest among the representatives of other philosophical, and not only philosophical, academic disciplines, and a discussion of the problem of ideological and methodological components of these disciplines will continue.

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V. Yu. Ivlev

National Research University Moscow State Technical University named after N.E. Bauman

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доктор философских наук, профессор, заведующий кафедрой «Философия»

5/1 2d Baumanskaya St., Moscow, Russian Federation, 105005

Yu. V. Ivlev

Lomonosov Moscow State University

Email: ivlev.logic@yandex.ru

доктор философских наук, профессор кафедры логики философского факультета

27/1 Lomonosovskiy prospect, Moscow, Russian Federation, 119991

M. L. Ivleva

RUDN University

Email: ivleva-ml@rudn.ru

доктор философских наук, профессор, заведующая кафедрой социальной философии

6 Miklukho-Maklaya St., Moscow, Russian Federation, 117198


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