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Omelchuk, R.K. Evolution of rationality: intellect and the intelligible truth

Опубликовано в журнале "SENTENTIA. European Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences" в № 1 за 2013 год в рубрике "Anthropology" на страницах 28-41.

Аннотация: The author examines value transformation of intellect and considers it in close interrelation of intellect with attainable truth. The paper specifies how intellect determines an object of cognition. The author argues that during the various periods of history of philosophy types of intellect have had specific ways of disclosure of the truth, determining priorities of personal self-identification. It is concluded that value transformation of intellect (buddhi, zhi, logos, reason, mens, ratio, intellect) is the basis of formation of modern scientific and technological civilization with its prudent-consumer attitude towards nature, society and a human. The paper will be of interest not only to philosophers, but also to all those who are interested in current problems of human being and cultural development of society.

Ключевые слова: rationality, types of intellect, truth, cognition, values’ heredity, history of philosophy, ontology of belief, value transformation, human being, cultural tradition.

DOI: 10.7256/1339-3057.2013.1.9478

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