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T. Chernigovskaya

An Inevitable Present

2005. Vol. 2. No. 1. P. 116–118 [issue contents]
The article is an attempt to find one’s bearings in an empirical science under a crisis. The author argues for an approach that unites the natural sciences and the humanities. The same questions that puzzle the cognitive science, neurophysiology, linguistics, anthropology and even quantum physics (the latter includes the observer as a relevant and non-reducible participant) challenge psychology. It has to be multidisciplinary, and that brings the problems of combining different kinds of knowledge. In our species, which is called Homo Loquens, language is the best way to counteract the chaos brought by the senses. The author believes that objectivity is the matter of description.
Citation: Chernigovskaya T. (2005) Neotvratimoe nastoyashchee [An Inevitable Present]. Psychology. Journal of Higher School of Economics, vol. 2, no 1, pp. 116-118 (in Russian)
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