The Ontology Of Biomedical Rationality: A System Of Scientific Foundations And Reflection (Aspects Of Material And Informational Reality Paradigm)
Anit N Roy
In the context of general philosophical knowledge, a comprehensive reference concept of "biomedical rationality" has been formulated for the first time in the present article. The concept is close in meaning to digitalization, but differs from a methodological perspective. In the system of scientific foundations, it is presented as a core notion in the characterization of human ontos and as notion reflecting the multidisciplinary ideas about the values of the existing technological order. The phenomenon of reflection is considered as a gnoseological basis, an explanatory principle, a condition for a renewed style of rational thinking in the modern scientific paradigm. From the connective tissue individuality, the causality of processes in the living and the foundation of biorationality as the intersection of reality are modeled. The evaluative and parametric analysis of the phenomenon based on the generalization of new neuroscience data shows the theoretical and methodological prospects of this understanding within the framework of the substrate and attributive approaches. The operational nature of the concept of reflection and its components - vector, efficiency, intensity - are introduced into the system of personality traits as performing a predictive role on the way to truth, including medical truth. The involvement of the patient's personality as a component of the 5-PSM model of medicine as the most developing sector of science means the vision of reflection as an instrumental-significant resource in the objectification of information. In the context of post-non-classical science, deployed to the paradigm of the integrity of information-material reality, reflection in the medical worldview provides the focus of attention on the essence of the disease and the patient's personality in diagnostics.