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Chapter I. SOCIAL ONTOLOGY AND TOPOLOGICAL PHILOSOPHY

. . S. A. Azarenko

, - Doctor of Philosophy, Full Professor,

Chair of Social Philosophy, Department

- of Philosophy, Ural Federal University

named after the First President of Russia

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Abstract. The chapter is devoted to the topological philosophy. The process of reproduction of conjointness occurs during the regular bodily interaction between people through certain social practices, due to which there is generated a certain message, that attaches people to its community with certain ideas and values. In modern times, has led to the realization of such a thing as being-in-communication. The individual or the community - is plurality, the existence of which is subject to self-reproducing and self-organizing mechanisms of communication. This chapter shows the Russian topology. Based on Delands ascending ontology, we prove the requirement to consistently collect unorganized Russian spaces in a topological way according to the scheme: individuals - houses - institutions - cities - state.

Keywords: conjointness, bodiness, social communication, social topology, signs, symbols, being-in-communication, self-generation logic.

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