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SUBJECTIVE REALITY AS A SUBJECT OF PHILOSOPHICAL AND SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH (THEORETICAL AND METHODOLOGICAL ASPECTS) (TRANSLATED BY MAL'NEVA E.Y., HINSON A.)
Doubrovskiy D. I.



        Doubrovskiy David Izrailevich – Doctor of Science (Philosophy), Professor, Chief Research Officer, Department of the Theory of Cognition of the Institute of Philosophy in the Russian Academy of Sciences.

E-mail: ddi29@mail.ru


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Subjective reality is defined as a unique and indispensable attribute of the human mind. It is a distinctive object of analysis. One can differentiate certain particular aspects of the phenomenon from a philosophical perspective: ontological, gnoseological, axiological, and praxeological. The existential value of the given research is beyond doubt. From a scientific viewpoint, the informational approach that is adopted aims at explaining the existing correlation between the phenomena of subjective reality, the brain processes, and their causal functions. The objective of the phenomenological analysis is clarified; classification of phenomena pertaining to subjective reality is undertaken alongside the task of deciphering mental neurodynamic codes.

        Key words: mind, consciousness, subjective reality, information, code dependency, informational approach to the problem "Subjective Reality and the Brain".


 
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