BIOCOSMOLOGY AND INFORMATIONAL ANTHROPOLOGY: SOME COMMON ASPECTS
Guja Cornelia, 2008, BIOCOSMOLOGY AND INFORMATIONAL ANTHROPOLOGY: SOME COMMON ASPECTS, E – L O G O S, ELECTRONIC JOURNAL FOR PHILOSOPHY/2008, ISSN 1211-0442
Abstract. This paper is the result of the collaboration with Dr. Khroutski for several years. The presented analysis (and synthesis) firstly aims at reflecting common points that belong to both approaches (of BioCosmology and Informational Anthropology), chiefly in the aspect of fundamental (ontological and gnoseological) issues. Likewise, this work illustrates the fact that modern culture has arrived at the recognition threshold (in our knowledge) of realizing new real exploratory approaches that are capable of obtaining the true universalizing knowledge, first of all in relation to a human being.
Khroutski’s integrated anthropology (biomedicine), which is approachable owing to his anthropocosmist (biocosmological) method, – is an original conception, but, at the same time, it reflects common exploratory orientation (for those researches who seek for holistic explanation of the world), including my works entitled “Individual’s Anthropology” and the “Interface Theory” (Guja C., 1993, 2000). Since 2003, I have traced and analyzed the development of Khroutski’s BioCosmology and eventually have arrived at the conclusion of the commonality of the vectors of both (his and my) works.