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Volume 134, 2019The First Interregional Conference “Sustainable Development of Eurasian Mining Regions (SDEMR-2019)”
|Number of page(s)||8|
|Section||Sustainable Development of Mining Regions of Eurasia|
|Published online||28 November 2019|
Ecological Consciousness in a Shift of Scientific Paradigms
T.F. Gorbachev Kuzbass State Technical University, Rector, 650000, 28 Vesennyaya St., Kemerovo, Russia
2 Tomsk Polytechnic University, 634050 Lenin Avenue 30, Tomsk, Russia
3 Kemerovo State University, 650000, 6 Krasnaya st., Kemerovo, Russia
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The analysis of the relationship between environmental conscious and scientific paradigms in different Western civilization development periods is presented in the article. The peculiarities of the influence of classical, non-classical and post-non-classical science on the types of environmental conscious characteristic of modern and postmodern societies are studied. The provision on the existence of the connection between the logical and philosophical attitudes of the New European (classical) science and the formation of the principles of anthropocentric environmental conscious that have ensured the formation of the anthropogenic civilization is proved. It is determined that within the framework of the non-classical paradigm the theoretical and philosophical foundations of the eco-centric model of environmental conscious begin to take shape. In the post-non-classical era the model of eco-centrism and worldview orientations directed to the development of the strategy for the safe interaction of nature and man is being formed on the basis of the theories of postmodernism and under the influence of modern cognitive practices. The influence of ontological and epistemological attitudes dominating within the framework of scientific paradigms on the formation of principles of nature management in anthropocentric and eco-centric systems of ecological conscious is traced.
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