Шӯрои диссертатсионии 6D.КОА-018

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2003 - 2015

A collection of articles were published in a magazine:

SENTENTIA. European Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences. – 2013, 2014.  Download the file


On our first meeting with Iskandar Kurbanovich Asadullayev that took place in 2008, after publication of his article about hypothesis on restriction of the principle of the mass and energy conservation, we were at some length discussing the border problems of the physics and philosophy. It was a time when he was actively developing and publishing new categories of the philosophy. As of today, there are about three dozens of such new categories reflected in his books.


New developments in the science not always immediately become a fact for all the scientific world, it takes years before it is accepted by the science in the whole.

What is the physical reality and the world around us in terms of the modern physics and in the context of the philosophy? Usually the physics investigates not what the reality is, but how it shows itself. That is how there are described laws governing our Universe. In the modern physics, objects are usually described by using the mathematical models. At that for each object, the mathematical models have the area of their ​​applicability, parameters variation range when they give a well adequate description of the real object.

Asadullayev’s ideas and hypotheses suggest existence of other Universes. It is impossible to discover them through definitions of our Universe. They cannot discover each other and they do not participate in the processes of each other. They exist and do not exist. However, they comply with the principle of the matter conservation and thus reveal themselves. Parallel worlds comply with the principle of the matter conservation. In this respect, the principle of the mass and energy conservation, E = MC², is theoretically limited.

He achieves such results through his discoveries in the field of the philosophy - the new categories, not yet known to the scientific world. The emptiness differs from the space, though they are basically different kinds of matter.

Articles suggested by Asadullayev I.K. represent an interesting point of view on this issue. At that, this point of view in many ways is closely related to the Avicenna’s view of the world, of the Universe, of the reality and we can even assume that it is a generalization of this point of view.

The most outstanding achievements of the twentieth century –namely, the quantum mechanics and the relativity theory showed, that the physical reality surrounding us in micro and mega scales might radically differ from the pictures that have been created by the physics of preceding centuries based on the direct, intuitive considerations. In the XXI century we should expect the rapid progress in the physics, for example in the physics of high energies and elementary particles - replacement of point-type objects by extended ones – by superstrings and brans (M-theory), replacement of the extended space-time by the multi-dimensional fabric of space-time, consisting of nodes, loops and hidden, minimized (folded) dimensions. It seems that new and original philosophical ideas spelled out in Asadullaev’s works could promote understanding and elaboration of new trends in development of the physics and astrophysics.