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Is the Self-Destruction of Mankind Inevitable?

Authors: Mark Sverdlov

It has been shown that men cannot objectively percept and cognize the world but are organically connected with it, feel its total unity. This unity includes living - unloving synthesis. Mankind - world uncorrelation during civilization epoch prevents from feeling this and from forming of common human unity, leading to confrontation between peoples, to destruction of nature. Escalation of these processes led mankind to the verge of self-destruction. Science is directed to objective cognizing of the world which is inaccessible for men because of subjectivity of their perception and thinking. That is why science cannot help to understand the present situation. New science is necessary, taking into account the nature of human perception and thinking. It is shown that men can restore their natural feeling of the world and form united mankind, organically connected with it, on this foundation.

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[v1] 2 Nov 2011

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