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TYPES OF SCIENTIFIC RATIONALITY IN ASPECTS OF THE THREE PARADIGM
V.A. KARPIN 1, S.A. GUDKOVA 1, R.N. ZHIVOGLYAD 1, G.C. KOZUPITSA 1

1. Surgut State University, Lenina, 1, Surgut, Russia, 628412

Abstract:

Since the release of the well-known work of W. Weaver Science and Complexity (1948) only V.S. Stepin had taken some significant efforts to develop the doctrine of the three types of systems in nature. In this case, the main achievements of V.S. Stepin in postnonclassic reduced to two fundamental results: violation of the basic principle of T. Kuhn´s contradictions when changing paradigms (V.S. Stepin shows the effect of investments, when complex systems operate classical and nonclassical rationality simultaneously) and repeated emphasis on the possibility of change ...the probability of emerging of other (the system) conditions. At the same time, V.S. Stepin in his last works (monographs) identified a particular role of self-organization and self-development in case of complex biosocial systems. All this in theory of chaos and self-organization form 5 basic principles of functioning of complexity (or systems of the third type - STT). In fact, V.S. Stepin laid the foundation for the future (new) philosophy and developed now theory of chaos and selforganization in which humanity moved into the area of uncertainty of living (social in particular) systems completely. However, the rationality of the third type (postnonclassic) requires corrections and additions, as shown in a number of monographs of V.S. Stepin.

Keywords: Heisenbergs principle., postnonclassic, paradigm