WHO CREATES THE TIME: NATURE OR HUMAN?
Sergey B. KulikovTomsk State Pedagogical University
Tomsk, Russian Federation
|INDECS 13(1), 167-172, 2015
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Received: 19 November 2014.
The aim of this article is to defend the thesis that analysis of time meaning within history and
philosophy of natural sciences and philosophical anthropology allows making clear the basis of human being. It's opened the
opportunity of constructing special model of general understanding of time as a creation of nature or as a creation of human.
Two main methods are used: comparative analysis and hermeneutics.
Article presents the discussion of following results. Orientation on discretization and virtual nature of cultural interaction, or orientation on mutual tension of limits of cultural and historical process allows connecting philosophy of natural sciences and philosophical anthropology with system of physical categories: energy, weight, distance, etc. It finds an application as in the physical and mathematical sphere so in the field of humanistic studies. The general conclusion made is that neither nature nor human solely creates the time. Time is an imaginary phenomenon connecting human activity and natural processes in the limits of human consciousness.
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APA: 2340, 2630, 4010