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    4. Philosophy and Science: the complex of relationships between two spheres of human cognitive activity
    Lecture 2. Science in the history of philosophy
    1. The roots of science in ancient times: Ancient China, Ancient India, Ancient Greece
    2. The principles of cognitive activity in Middle Ages, Renaissance, in the Modern Times and in German classical philosophy
    3. The ХІХ and ХХ centuries in the development of science
    4. Modernity in the development of science
    Lecture 3. The philosophical bases of the scientific research
    1. Science as the systematic cognitive activity
    2. The main features of the concept "method", its basic haracteristics and its main species
    3. The main features of the concept "methodology", its basic characteristics and its main species
    4. The main principles of interaction between scientific disciplines as the multimethodological level in science
    5. The special role of philosophy in the process of determination of the methodology in science
    Lecture 4. Scientific revolutions and the change of types of scientific rationality
    1. The main factors, patterns and principles of the growth of scientific knowledge
    2. The phenomenon of scientific revolutions
    3. The construction of the new research strategies as a consequence of the scientific revolution
    4. Different types of scientific rationality
    5. Global scientific revolutions: from classical to post-non-classical science
    6. Historical types of scientific rationality
    Lecture 5. The concept of the post-non-clasical type of scientific rationality
    1. The prerequisites of the development of post-non-classical type of scientific rationality
    2. Imperative of education: sustainable development of mankind through the formation of the post-non-classical type of world perception
    3. The main characteristics of post-non-classical science
    4. The integration of synergetics in modern science: extrapolation of its principles of nonlinearity and self-organization
    Lecture 6. Epistemological models in the modern scientific discussion
    1. The distinction between classical and non-classical epistemology
    2. Different types of vision of the problems of epistemology in different periods of human history
    3. A revolution in the traditional theory of cognition by L. Wittgenstein, M. Heidegger, J. Dewey
    4. Features of the theory of cognition in the natural, mathematical and humanitarian sciences
    5. The development of evolutionary epistemology
    6. Consequences of the linguistic turn in philosophy for the theory of cognition. Postmodernism and change in relation to the problem of knowledge
    Lecture 7. Philosophy of technology and methodology of technical sciences
    1. Understanding the philosophy of technology
    2. The history of technical development: linear and evolutionary models of technical development
    3. The formation of rational generalization in technology
    4. Theoretical schemes and abstract objects of technical theory
    5. The evolutionary and revolutionary development of technical theory
    6. Modern social assessment of technology and technical activities
    7. Evaluation of modern scientific and technical progress: constructive solutions

    The course of lectures on the philosophy of science for graduate students