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📒On The Way To Understanding The Time Phenomenon ✍ A P Levich
✏On the Way to Understanding the Time Phenomenon Book Summary : Time is considered as an independent entity which cannot be reduced to the concept of matter, space or field. The point of discussion is the “time flow” conception of N A Kozyrev (1908–1983), an outstanding Russian astronomer and natural scientist. In addition to a review of the experimental studies of “the active properties of time”, by both Kozyrev and modern scientists, the reader will find different interpretations of Kozyrev's views and some developments of his ideas in the fields of geophysics, astrophysics, general relativity and theoretical mechanics. Contents:A Substantional Interpretation of N A Kozyrev's Conception of Time (A P Levich)The Fundamentals of N A Kozyrev's Causal Mechanics (L S Shikhobalov)Logic of Causal Mechanics: Observations–Theory–Experiments (S M Korotayev)N A Kozyrev's Causal Mechanics Seen by an Orthodox Physicist (B N Chigarev)The Problems in Experimental Foundation of Causal Mechanics (A G Parkhomov)Geophysical Effects of Causal Mechanics (M L Arushanov & S M Korotayev)Quantum–Mechanical Uncertainty Relations as a Consequence of the Postulates of N A Kozyrev&s Causal MechanicsForces in Causal Mechanics (L S Shikhobalov)Stars and Koltstars (V E Zhvirblis)What Can Be Obtained from the Substantional Conception of Time? (L S Shikhobalov) Readership: Researchers in astronomy, cosmology and gravity and physicists. keywords:Time;Time Flow;N A Kozyrev;âActiveâ Properties of Time;Causal Mechanics;Substantial Time;Experiments with Time;
📒On The Way To Understanding The Time Phenomenon ✍ A. P. Levich
✏On the Way to Understanding the Time Phenomenon Book Summary : Time is considered as an independent entity which cannot be reduced to the concept of matter, space or field. The point of discussion is the ?time flow? conception of N A Kozyrev (1908-1983), an outstanding Russian astronomer and natural scientist. In addition to a review of the experimental studies of ?the active properties of time?, by both Kozyrev and modern scientists, the reader will find different interpretations of Kozyrev's views and some developments of his ideas in the fields of geophysics, astrophysics, general relativity and theoretical mechanics.
📒On The Way To Understanding The Time Phenomenon ✍ A P Levich
✏On the Way to Understanding the Time Phenomenon Book Summary : The subject of this book is time, one of the small number of elusive essences of the world, unsubdued by human will. The three global problems of natural science, those of the origin of the Universe, life and consciousness, cannot be solved without finding out the nature of time. Without a good construction of time it is impossible to describe, to qualify, to forecast and to control various processes in the animate and inanimate nature. Special attention is paid to the ways of adequate inclusion of the properties of time in the derivation of the fundamental equations of motion for natural systems. Contents:Introduction. Motivations and Problems of Studying Time (A P Levich)Structure of Physical Space-Time (Yu S Vladimirov)Relative Statistical Model of Clocks and Physical Properties of Time (V V Aristov)G Backman's Conception of Organic Time and the Experience of Its Application (A M Maurins)Analysis of Meyen's Typological Concept of Time (A A Sharov)Biological Time, Its Organization, Hierarchy and Presentation by Complex Values (G E Mikhailovsky)Clocks for Studying Temporal Laws of Animal Development (T A Dettlaff)Mathematical Temporal Constructions (R I Pimenov)Time in the Earth Sciences (A D Armand)Time as Variability of Natural Systems: Ways of Quantitative Description of Charges and Creation of Changes by Substantial Flows (A P Levich)Time Structure of the World (V M Sarychev) Readership: General physicists, geologists, biologists and mathematicians. keywords:Temporology;The Study of Time;Nature of Time;Measuring of Time;Mathematical Temporal Constructions;Biological Temporal Constructions;Geographic Time;Physical Time;Constructions of Time;Entropy Parametrisation of Time
📒Derrida S Voice And Phenomenon ✍ Vernon W Cisney
✏Derrida s Voice and Phenomenon Book Summary : The essential toolkit for anyone reading this seminal Derrida text for the first time
✏On the Way to Understanding the Time Phenomenon The active properties of time according to N A Kozyrev Book Summary :
📒On Time Being And Hunger ✍ Juan-Manuel Garrido
✏On Time Being and Hunger Book Summary : Situating itself within the context of current debates in continental philosophy, and through a series of readings of Aristotle, Nietzsche, Heidegger and Derrida to recent developments in life sciences, this book offers a critical enquiry concerning the traditional way of understanding life in the history of metaphysics.
📒Physiology Promiscuity And Prophecy At The Millennium ✍ Bruce J. West
✏Physiology Promiscuity and Prophecy at the Millennium Book Summary : This book concerns the development of a theory of complex phenomena, using such concepts as fractals, chaos, and fractional derivatives; but, most important, the idea of an allometric control process is developed. In summary the theory attempts to explain why the distribution in the intensity of wars is the same as the relative frequency of the number of words used in languages and the number of species evolved over time from one or a few remote ancestors. The theory also describes the similarity in the variability of the number of births to teens in Texas to the number of sexual partners in homosexual liaisons. The data in both of the aforementioned categories are shown to have long-term memory, and it is this memory that also gives rise to inverse power laws in such physiological phenomena as the interbeat interval distribution of the human heart, the interstride interval distribution in the human gait, and memory in DNA sequences.
📒Logic ✍ Martin Heidegger
✏Logic Book Summary : Heidegger’s radical thinking on the meaning of truth in a “clear and comprehensive critical edition” (Philosophy in Review). Martin Heidegger’s 1925–26 lectures on truth and time provided much of the basis for his momentous work, Being and Time. Not published until 1976—three months before Heidegger’s death—as volume 21 of his Complete Works, it is nonetheless central to Heidegger’s overall project of reinterpreting Western thought in terms of time and truth. The text shows the degree to which Aristotle underlies Heidegger’s hermeneutical theory of meaning. It also contains Heidegger’s first published critique of Husserl and takes major steps toward establishing the temporal bases of logic and truth. Thomas Sheehan’s elegant and insightful translation offers English-speaking readers access to this fundamental text for the first time.
📒Time Culture And Identity ✍ Julian Thomas
✏Time Culture and Identity Book Summary : Time, Culture and Identity questions the modern western distinctions between: * nature and culture * mind and body * object and subject. Drawing on the philosophy of Martin Heidegger, Julian Thomas develops a way of writing about the past in which time is seen as central to the emergence of the identities of people and objects.
📒Warrant And Proper Function ✍ Alvin Plantinga
✏Warrant and Proper Function Book Summary : In this companion volume to Warrant: The Current Debate, Alvin Plantinga develops an original approach to the question of epistemic warrant; that is what turns true belief into knowledge. He argues that what is crucial to warrant is the proper functioning of one's cognitive faculties in the right kind of cognitive environment. Although this book is in some sense a sequel to its companion volume, the arguments do not presuppose those of the first book and it stands alone as a stimulating contribution to epistemology.