DEPARTMENT OF LOGIC AND METHODOLOGY OF SCIENCE: ACHIEVEMENTS AND PROSPECTS
Keywords:science, logic, methodology, philosophy of science, semiotics, cultural phenomena, communicative transformations in modern science, logical, ontological and axiological dimensions of modern scientific knowledge
The article provides an overview of activity of the department of logic and methodology of science of the H.S. Skovoroda Institute of Philosophy, National Academy of Science of Ukraine. This activity includes scientific research, translation of philosophical literature, organization of seminars on urgent problems of modern philosophy. Research projects, on the one hand, are based on scientific traditions formed over the years in the Institute, and on the other hand, they focus on the transformations in scientific cognition and science, and build the projections for the future. It presents methodological backgrounds of the project «Semiotic analysis of cultural phenomena» (2018–2020), and outlines research tasks of the projects «Communicative transformations in modern science» (2020–2021) and «Logical, ontological and axiological dimensions of modern scientific knowledge» (2022–2024).
Involvement of young scholars in research in logic, methodology and philosophy of science is the major challenge for the department.
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