Gerasimov S. V.
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Sergei V. Gerasimov, PhD, Associate Professor, Department of Communication Technologies and Public Relations, St. Petersburg State University of Economics. St. Petersburg, Russia.
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Abstract. This article discusses the relationship between ontology and anthropology. This issue can be called one of the main reasons for discussions, since ancient times, and to this day. Particular attention in the philosophical and logical analysis of this connection is aimed at the intentionality of thinking. The author considers it important to correlate the consideration of this issue with conscious selection meaning entities for constructing modal logics and semantic systems.
Keywords : anthropology, ontology, logic, event, modeling, algorithm of thinking, concept of reality.
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