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[1] viXra:1306.0159 [pdf] submitted on 2013-06-18 21:14:58

Evolutionary Thinking and Changes of the Time Scale in Representations of the World

Authors: Mark Burgin
Comments: 29 Pages.

In this work, emergence of evolutionary thinking is analyzed in the context of the existential triad and system theory of time. This approach shows that emergence of evolutionary thinking is a transition from one type of temporal scale in the mental world representation to another temporal scale. To explain and ground this transition, elements of the system theory of time, which is a far-reaching development of the special relativity theory, are described. One of the main principles of the special relativity theory is that two physical systems that are moving relative to each other have different time and it is necessary to use a correspondence between clocks in these systems to coordinate their time. In accordance with the basic principles of the system theory of time, each system has its own time and sometimes even not a single one. Thus, it is it is necessary to use various techniques to match time in different systems.
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