Human Cognitive Powers, Nature, and World of Physics Roman Matuszewski

ISBN: 9781493651368

Published: November 2nd 2013

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188 pages


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Human Cognitive Powers, Nature, and World of Physics  by  Roman Matuszewski

Human Cognitive Powers, Nature, and World of Physics by Roman Matuszewski
November 2nd 2013 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, ZIP | 188 pages | ISBN: 9781493651368 | 6.33 Mb

We can ask, why Nature resists to our cognition? Is the nature so complicated? Or maybe this is a result of significant limitations of our cognitive powers? The standard reply gives the cognitive realism: reality turns out unexpectedly complex, butMoreWe can ask, why Nature resists to our cognition? Is the nature so complicated? Or maybe this is a result of significant limitations of our cognitive powers? The standard reply gives the cognitive realism: reality turns out unexpectedly complex, but in the end of our cognition we will reflect it in a whole, for example in frames of The Great Theory of Everything.

I test the second option. It is possible that our cognitive powers are limited and these still appearing new problems in the physics are not only a result of complicating of Nature, but also a result of these limitations. I notice and discuss these limitations. I try to describe the character of them, building up a theory of the subjectively co-conditioned form of world of physics. I present achieved results in the context of the history of physics. I also ask the questions, whether reality manifests itself or reveals through this form. Is there a chance for achieving coincidences of world of physics with independent reality, and how?

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