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THE METHODOLOGY OF MATERIALOGY AND ITS IMPACT ON SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT OF THE FAR EAST
Verkhoturov A.D., Voronov B.A., Makienko V.M., Konevtsov L.A.



         Anatoly Demyanovich Verkhoturov – Doctor of Science (Engineering), Professor, Senior Research Fellow of the Institute of Water and Environmental Problems, Far Eastern Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences (Russia, Khabarovsk).

E-mail: Verhoturov36@mail.ru

         Boris Alexandrovich Voronov – Doctor of Science (Biology), Professor, Director of the Institute of Water and Environmental Problems, Far Eastern Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences (Khabarovsk), Corresponding Member of RAS.

E-mail: ivep@ivep.as.khb.ru

         Viktor Мikhailovich Makienko – Doctor of Science (Engineering), Professor, Head of the Department of Metal Technology at Far Eastern State Transportation University (Russia, Khabarovsk).

E-mail: mvm_tm@festu.khv.ru

         Leonid Alexeevich Konevtsov – Candidate of Science (Engineering), Research Fellow of the Institute of Materials Technology, Khabarovsk Research Centre of the Far Eastern branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences (Khabarovsk).

E-mail: konevts@narod.ru


Annotation
The new direction in the methodology of science has been offered; the latter is based on the hypothetical-deductive and historical approaches and takes into account the methodology of materialogy, the field of study, first discovered and examined by the scientists of the Far East. The concept of basic elements of methodology, constituent elements of a paradigm of science, the methodological formulae and structure of the logical organisation of science, based on Aristotle's canons, are introduced.

        Key words: methodology, science, method, scientific knowledge, paradigm.


 
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