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AASCIT Communications | Volume 2, Issue 5 | Aug. 22, 2015 online | Page:237-242
Three Main Issues of Understanding the World
All animated objects in the World actively react on external impacts. This reaction permits them to forecast the changes in the environment. Humans set more challenging goals. Each person, and humanity in whole wants to increase their knowledge. To study a situation human brains create three main questions. They are: What? How? Why? The answers to all questions in this sequence create new knowledge. After this the sequence of the same answers repeats again. The sequence of these three questions is the simplest step in the cognition process or SSC. As a result the infinite way of cognition can be represented as spiral of knowledge. There are two possible ways to choose the first question in this sequence. Two possible directions are known also in the sequence of these questions. The choice between these two sequences of study the Nature depends on so-called Tacit Knowledge of an individual. Achievements in studying of transformation processes allows us to formulate some new problems for further investigations of production of new knowledge and investigations of some fundamental laws of human cognition.
Vladimir Romanenko, North-Western Branch of Academy of Information Technologies in Education, Russia.
Galina Nikitina, North-Western Branch of Academy of Information Technologies in Education, Russia.
Probabilistic Prognosis, Human Cognition, New Knowledge, Ways of Cognition, Steps of Cognition, Triad form of Study, Tacit Knowledge
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Submitted: Jul. 9, 2015
Accepted: Aug. 17, 2015
Published: Aug. 22, 2015
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