On Cognitive Systems Equality: a paradigm of communicative continuum

Author: Sergey A. Barkov, Vladimir I. Zubkov

Communicology. 2018. Vol.6. No.3
Sergey Aleksandrovich Barkov, Dr. Sc. (Soc.), Professor, head of e conomic sociology and management department, faculty of sociology, Lomonosov Moscow State University;
Vladimir Ivanovich Zubkov, Dr. Sc. (Soc.), Professor, Department of Public Administration and Social Technologies, Faculty of Engineering Economics and Humanitarian Sciences, Moscow Aviation Institute (National Research University). Address: 119234, Moscow, Leninskie Gory, Moscow State University, 1/33, Faculty of Sociology. E-mail: barkserg@live.ru.

Abstract. The study of the problem is built in the form of a dialogue between an adherent of postmodernism, advocating the equivalence of cognitive systems (mainly science and art), and an adherent of classic science, which considers it as the main cognitive system. The article deals with: the history of inseparability-isolation of cognitive systems; continuum natural sciences – social and human sciences – art; cognitive possibilities of visual and expressive arts; cognitive tools of art (artistic images) and capabilities of artistic works interpretation; cognitive methods of empathy, discovery of concrete facts and competency building; ways of changing the world by science and art. A reader is invited to sum up the arguments of the authors.

Keywords: modernism, postmodernism, deprivilege of science, cognitive systems, scientific method, cognitive methods of art

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For citation: Barkov S.A., Zubkov V.I. On Cognitive Systems Equality: a paradigm of communicative continuum. Communicology (Russia). 2018. Vol. 6. No.3. P. 15-33. DOI 10.21453 / 2311-3065-2018-6-3-15-33.

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