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Philosophical Thought
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Polyonticity of time
Afanaseva Vera Vladimirovna

Doctor of Philosophy

Professor, the department of Philosophy and Methodology of science, Saratov National Research University

410012, Russia, Saratov, Astrakhanskaya Street 83

veraafanasyeva@mail.ru
Pilipenko Elena Aleksandrovna

PhD in Physics and Mathematics

Doctoral candidate, the department of Philosophy and Methodology of science, Saratov National Research University

410012, Russia, Saratov, Astrakhanskaya Street 83

e.pilipenko@bk.ru

Abstract.

The authors constitute the idea of polyonticity of time. Natural sciences along with humanitarian knowledge introduced many and versatile ideas about various forms of time: physical (natural universal, objective) and multiple “human-measured” times (psychological, existential, social, historical, political, cultural, etc.); the latters could be divided into individual (subjective) and collective (intersubjective). With regards to post-nonclassical ontology, all of the existing and imaginable multiplicity of times can be unified by the virtue of the ideas on polyonticity – the unity of ontologically distinguished forms of existence of the same object of the world. Accepting the complexity of time and attempting to contemplate about the possibility of forming its ontology, let us use the principles of post-nonclassical rationality and the ideas of post-nonclassical ontology. In such key, the time acts as a phenomenon of polyonticity, presented by the ontologically diversified forms of being, as well as defines the existence of multiple realities. Among the “human-measured” times, the authors point out the individual (subjective) and collective (intersubjective). Collective times are represented by the synergy effect, the result of overlapping, cooperation, resonances of various individual times. The speed of the flow of “human-measured” times is defined by the “energy” of psychological and social cooperation, as well as their effect upon the natural and technogenic processes.

Keywords: natural time, post-nonclassical rationality, phenomenon, polyonticity, ontological forms of time, time, human times, virtual time, subjective time, intersubjective time

DOI:

10.7256/2409-8728.2016.4.18376

Article was received:

25-03-2016


Review date:

27-03-2016


Publish date:

08-04-2016


This article written in Russian. You can find full text of article in Russian here .

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