ONTO-GNOSEOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF SCIENTIFIC INTELLIGENCE AND ITS IMPORTANCE
This article discusses the onto-epistemological aspects of scientific reasoning and its importance. The modern scientific landscape of the world is becoming increasingly systematic and integrated. Epistemologically, science emerges as one of the ways to know the world.
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