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Corresponding Wikipedia article: Materialism

«Your scientists’ belief in the existence of certain immutable laws of the Universe, even though undiscovered as yet, and in the stability of world constants is a misconception»

(Unknown author)

The usual materialistic world structure:

Component Categories Objects
Space-time Geometry, kinematics, gravity, electromagnetism, optics Abstract bodies, rays, fields
Matter Dynamics, chemestry, thermodynamics Atoms, moleculas, crystals

The materialistic worldview is created by the basic senses: sight, hearing, touch, smell, taste. These senses are extending and amplifying by the tools and instruments, which are used in the natural scientific experiments. The materialism and the natural sciences deny everything which is unavailable to percept by the basic senses.

The typical materialism features are:

  • Belief that the material objects are the only reason of every phenomenon.
  • Defining a lot of laws of the material object interactions, some of which are not working sometimes.
  • The ambiguous understanding of the physics of light, because the light perception by the physical sight is the primary method of the world understanding.
  • The infinite searching for a finite set of the elementary particles, which compose the entire matter.
  • Belief that the life was originated and developed as a result of chance.
  • Representation of the living beings mind as a cybernetic machine, which is based on their nervous system. Belief in the artificial intelligence, which is comparable to the human mind.
  • Ignoring or denying the unexplained phenomena.

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