Vol.11, No.1&2, Winter/Spring 2021

BIOCOSMOLOGY – NEO-ARISTOTELISM

Abbreviated key title: Biocosmol. – neo-Aristot.

Parallel title: Биокосмология – нео-Аристотелизм

Bilingual Electronic Journal

of Universalizing Scientific and Philosophical Research

based upon the Original Aristotelian Cosmological Organicism

ISSN: 2225-1820

Volume 11, Numbers 1&2, Winter/Spring 2021

Full version

 Official organ of the Biocosmological Association – https://biocosmology.org/

 Place and time of origination:

At the Novgorod State University named after Yaroslav-the-Wise,

Veliky Novgorod, Russia;

On the July 24th, 2010

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CONTENTS (СОДЕРЖАНИЕ)

EDITORIAL (РЕДАКТОРСКАЯ СТАТЬЯ)
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SOCRATIC DIALOGUE (СОКРАТОВСКИЙ ДИАЛОГ)

Rudolf Klimek & Adam Ostrzenski

• A Socratic Dialogue between the Mentor and his Student, on Human Anatomy and Information Medicine
DOI: 10.24411/2225-1820-2021-00001

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ARTICLES (НАУЧНЫЕ СТАТЬИ)

Georges Chapouthier

• Tverdislov, symmetries and dynamic complexity
DOI: 10.24411/2225-1820-2021-00003

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Konstantin S. Khroutski & Milana Tasić

• New Integralist Time : New (True – Organicist) interpreting, understanding and applying of Aristotle’s OrganonKosmology – to bringing successes to the contemporary world science
DOI: 10.24411/2225-1820-2021-00004

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Dariusz A. Szkutnik

• Philosophical aspects of biological information, in the course of organic regeneration
DOI: 10.24411/2225-1820-2021-00002

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ESSAYS (ЭССЕ)

 
Vlad Alalykin-Izvekov

• So, you want to understand Russian soul? Open Danilevsky’s book “Russia and Europe
DOI: 10.24411/2225-1820-2021-00005

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SCIENTIFIC LIFE (НАУЧНАЯ ЖИЗНЬ)

 
Rudolf Klimek

• Turin Shroud and the law of informational spacetime: E =imc2

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CRITICISM AND BIBLIOGRAPHY (КРИТИКА И БИБЛИОГРАФИЯ)

 
Makoto Ozaki

• Review of Kiyokazu Nakatomi’s “Nothingness and Love of Japanese Philosophy,” Lambert Academic Publishing, 2020

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CONTRIBUTORS (АВТОРЫ)
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Notes for Contributors (Правила для авторов)
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