General Science and Philosophy

   

The Information as Absolute

Authors: Sergey V. Shevchenko, Vladimir V. Tokarevsky

This article presents and grounds (i.e. presents proof of the existence, the truth, the self-consistence and the completeness of) the informational concept (“the Information as Absolute” concept) in physics and philosophy. The concept defines the Information as ultimately common, real and fundamental “absolute” concept/phenomenon which exists as infinite set (“Information” Set) of elements (members) and informational (e.g., logical) links between the elements; where any element itself is some informational structure also. Correspondingly, for example, Matter as the substance, radiation, etc., is some development or realization of informational patterns, constituting a specific, and practically infinitesimal comparing to the Set, subset of the “Information” Set. The concept allows for the resolution, or at least for a consideration on a higher level of comprehension, of basic ontological and epistemological problems in philosophy and natural sciences; it clarifies basic meta-physical notions such as space, time, matter, etc.

Comments: A little upgrade of the V4, besides here two versions are: English, pages 1-36 and Russian, pages 37-80.

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Submission history

[v1] 2014-02-27 09:22:42
[v2] 2014-03-10 13:18:31
[v3] 2015-09-25 11:10:24
[v4] 2017-01-14 08:09:26
[v5] 2017-02-04 07:42:18

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