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New Aesthetic Thought, Methodology, and Structure of Systemic Philosophy by
Publication Date: 2019-10-25
eBook Price : $195
The methodologies of aesthetic thought have always had a deep, historic foundation and serve as a staple of philosophy. Researchers have begun re-examining the structure and levels of aesthetics by tracing the history of this practice and studying European and Asian traditions. This systematic perspective is an emerging topic of exploration yet requires an appropriate level of research that further investigates the recent discoveries of systemic aesthetics in today's modern world. New Aesthetic Thought, Methodology, and Structure of Systemic Philosophy is an essential reference source that discusses the organic connection between philosophy, mathematics, and aesthetics, as well as its application to other fields of human sciences. This book analyzes the history of aesthetics and studies the contemporary laws and function of beauty and nature. Featuring research on topics such as fundamental principles, mathematical methods, and humanistic logic, this book is ideally designed for philosophers, physicians, scientific researchers, mathematicians, systems engineers, complexity professionals, anthropologists, art designers, academicians, and students seeking coverage on the structure of artistic beauty through a systematic approach.
Self-Organization of the Human Mind and the Transition from Paleolithic to Behavioral Modernity by
Publication Date: 2019-11-22
eBook Price : $245
There is no common understanding of the concept of the human mind, its changes in different historical epochs, forecasts for development, or its influence on the phenomena of art and culture. The connection between the evolution of the mind, anatomical changes, and social organization are not clear. Through the theory of self-organization of complex systems, the essence of cultural changes in different historical periods and solutions to practical questions in the theory of art and design are better understood. Self-Organization of the Human Mind and the Transition From Paleolithic to Behavioral Modernity is a critical scholarly resource that examines the development of human consciousness as a realization of the laws of self-organization or complex systems. The theory of self-organization of complex systems uses the mathematical apparatus of the wave model of S-space. The book also conducts a comparison of theoretical assumptions with specific cultural phenomena that are manifestations of the evolution of the mind. Featuring a range of topics such as behavior, rationality, and culture, this book is essential for archaeologists, academicians, anthropologists, researchers, sociologists, professionals, and students.