ONTOLOGY, DIALECTICS AND 3D PHILOSOPHY

Volume 2, Issue 1, February 2022     |     PP. 1-38      |     PDF (407 K)    |     Pub. Date: August 7, 2022
DOI: 10.54647/philosophy72066    80 Downloads     42786 Views  

Author(s)

Givi Givishvili, Institute of Terrestrial Magnetism, Ionosphere and Radio Wave Propagation RAS, Troitsk (Moscow region)

Abstract
Three space experiments carried out in 2004-2018 placed all points on "i" in the discussion about the nature of space-time, which began with the apories of Zeno of Eleia. Experiments have proved that space-time does not exist physically. They are what Democritus called "nothing," unlike "what," which is associated with everything material and virtual that exists in Nature. This discovery requires radical changes in some fundamental paradigms of traditional ontology, which was formed largely under the influence of classical physics of the twentieth century. In addition, it makes it possible to make significant adjustments to gnoseology, in particular, to the question of the meaning of cognition as such. Its decision brings us to a new understanding of the place and role of man in the universe: the former perception of him as a passive observer of phenomena occurring in the world changes to the status of one of the potential demiurges of space.

Keywords
Nature, space, time, ontology, gnoseology, cognition, man, Big and Minor Universes

Cite this paper
Givi Givishvili, ONTOLOGY, DIALECTICS AND 3D PHILOSOPHY , SCIREA Journal of Philosophy. Volume 2, Issue 1, February 2022 | PP. 1-38. 10.54647/philosophy72066

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