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THE BASIC LAW OF EVOLUTION
THE CHEMICAL ERA
CYBERNETICS
DISCRETE AND CONTINUOUS SYSTEMS
THE RELIABILITY OF DISCRETE SYSTEMS
INFORMATION
THE NEURON
THE SIMPLE REFLEX (IRRITABILITY)
THE COMPLEX REFLEX
THE CONCEPT OF THE CONCEPT
HOW THE HIERARCHY EMERGES
SOME COMMENTS ON REAL HIERARCHIES
THE WORLD THROUGH THE EYES OF A FROG
FRAGMENTS OF A SYSTEM OF CONCEPTS
HOW REGULATION EMERGES
REPRESENTATIONS
THE HIERARCHY OF GOALS AND PLANS
STRUCTURAL AND FUNCTIONAL DIAGRAMS
DEFINITION OF THE COMPLEX REFLEX
THE METASYSTEM TRANSITION
CONTROL OF THE REFLEX
THE REFLEX AS A FUNCTIONAL CONCEPT
WHY ASSOCIATIONS OF REPRESENTATIONS ARE
EVOCATION BY COMPLEMENT
SPOTS AND LINES
THE CONDITIONED REFLEX AND LEARNING
MODELING
COGNITION OF THE WORLD
CONTROL OF ASSOCIATING
IMAGINATION, PLANNING, OVERCOMING INSTINCT
THE INTERNAL TEACHER
THE FUNNY AND THE BEAUTIFUL
LANGUAGE
CREATION OF LANGUAGE
LANGUAGE AS A MEANS OF MODELING
SELF-KNOWLEDGE
A CONTINUATION OF THE BRAIN
SOCIAL INTEGRATION
THE SUPER-BEING
MATERIAL AND SPIRITUAL CULTURE
THE STAIRWAY EFFECT
THE SCALE OF THE METASYSTEM TRANSITION
TOOLS FOR PRODUCING TOOLS
THE LOWER PALEOLITHIC
THE UPPER PALEOLITHIC
THE NEOLITHIC REVOLUTION
THE AGE OF METAL
THE INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTIONS
THE QUANTUM OF DEVELOPMENT
THE EVOLUTION OF THOUGHT
ABOUT CONCEPTS AGAIN
ATTRIBUTES AND RELATIONS
ARISTOTELIAN LOGIC
HEGEL'S DIALECTIC
MATHEMATICAL LOGIC
OBJECTS AND STATEMENTS
LOGICAL CONNECTIVES
PREDICATES
QUANTIFIERS
THE CONNECTIVE “SUCH THAT”
THE PHYSICAL OBJECT AND THE LOGICAL OBJECT
FUNCTIONS
SYNTAX AND SEMANTICS
LOGICAL ANALYSIS OF LANGUAGE
WHAT DO WE KNOW ABOUT THINKING?
LINGUISTIC ACTIVITY
THE BRAIN AS A “BLACK BOX”
AFFIRMATION AND NEGATION
THE PHENOMENOLOGICAL DEFINITION OF SEMANTICS
THE LOGICAL CONCEPT
THE STRUCTURAL APPROACH
TWO SYSTEMS
CONCEPT “PILINGS”
THE SAPIR-WHORF CONCEPTION
SUBSTANCE
THE OBJECTIVIZATION OF TIME
LINGUISTIC RELATIVITY
THE METASYSTEM TRANSITION IN LANGUAGE
THE CONCEPT-CONSTRUCT
THE THINKING OF HUMANS AND ANIMALS
THE SYSTEM ASPECT OF CULTURE
THE SAVAGE STATE AND CIVILIZATION
THE METASYSTEM TRANSITION IN LINGUISTIC
THE MAGIC OF WORDS
SPIRITS AND THE LIKE
THE TRASH HEAP OF REPRESENTATIONS
BELIEF AND KNOWLEDGE
THE CONSERVATISM OF PRECRITICAL THINKING
THE EMERGENCE OF CIVILIZATION
NATURE'S MISTAKE
COUNTING AND MEASUREMENT
NUMBER NOTATION
THE PLACE-VALUE SYSTEM
APPLIED ARITHMETIC
THE ANCIENTS' KNOWLEDGE OF GEOMETRY
A BIRD'S EYE VIEW OF ARITHMETIC
REVERSE MOVEMENT IN A MODEL
SOLVING EQUATIONS
THE FORMULA
THE CLASSICAL PERIOD
PLATO'S PHILOSOPHY
WHAT IS MATHEMATICS?
PRECISION IN COMPARING QUANTITIES
THE RELIABILITY OF MATHEMATICAL ASSERTIONS
IN SEARCH OF AXIOMS
CONCERNING THE AXIOMS OF ARITHMETIC AND LOGIC
DEEP-SEATED PILINGS
PLATONISM IN RETROSPECT
NUMBER AND QUANTITY
GEOMETRIC ALGEBRA
ARCHIMEDES AND APOLLONIUS
THE DECLINE OF GREEK MATHEMATICS
ARITHMETIC ALGEBRA
ITALY, SIXTEENTH CENTURY
LETTER SYMBOLISM
WHAT DID DESCARTES DO?
THE RELATION AS AN OBJECT
DESCARTES AND FERMAT
THE PATH TO DISCOVERY
FORMALIZED LANGUAGE
THE LANGUAGE MACHINE
FOUR TYPES OF LINGUISTIC ACTIVITY
SCIENCE AND PHILOSOPHY
FORMALIZATION AND THE METASYSTEM TRANSITION
THE LEITMOTIF OF THE NEW MATHEMATICS
“NONEXISTENT” OBJECTS
THE HIERARCHY OF THEORIES
THE AXIOMATIC METHOD
METAMATHEMATICS
THE FORMALIZATION OF SET THEORY
BOURBAKI'S TREATISE
EXPERIMENTAL PHYSICS
THE SCIENTIFIC METHOD
THE ROLE OF GENERAL PRINCIPLES
CRITERIA FOR THE SELECTION OF THEORIES
THE PHYSICS OF THE MICROWORLD
THE UNCERTAINTY RELATION
THE COLLAPSE OF DETERMINISM
“CRAZY” THEORIES AND METASCIENCE[7]
THE HIGHEST LEVEL OF THE HIERARCHY
SCIENCE AND PRODUCTION
THE GROWTH OF SCIENCE
THE FORMALIZATION OF SCIENTIFIC LANGUAGE
THE HUMAN BEING AND THE MACHINE
SCIENTIFIC CONTROL OF SOCIETY
SCIENCE AND MORALITY
THE PROBLEM OF THE SUPREME GOOD
SPIRITUAL VALUES
THE HUMAN BEING IN THE UNIVERSE
THE DIVERGENCE OF TRAJECTORIES
ETHICS AND EVOLUTION
THE WILL TO IMMORTALITY
INTEGRATION AND FREEDOM
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