Formalization of Cognition Process as an Additional Component Responsible for Development of Theoretical Physics
Theoretical physics has attained stage when new methodological approaches should be taken into considerations. In particular they should introduce larger discipline in theoretical speculations. In this paper one introduces concept of cognition manifold as methodological framework for development of description of reality by theoretical physics with the aid of theoretical speculations. One assumes that this is a way for constructing fundamental and universal physical theories. The cognition manifold is composed of basis which represents models of our space as a medium and bres representing models of processes in corresponding space. Models are based on accessible experimental results and also on new assumptions and hypotheses obtained by theoretical speculations. In order to maintain dyscipline in these speculations one considers status of assumptions and theories spanned on cognition manifold as a function defined on elements of fibres. One accentuates importance of selforganizing reasoning as more appropriate for recognition of reality in comparison with precise pure mathematical proof. One considers also proof with respect to reality. This paper is considered as an attempt to formalization of cognition process what is manifested by three main components: cognition manifold, status of assumptions and theories and concept of selforganizing reasoning.
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