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The principle of universal interrelation, chosen as the unique backbone, generated a model of the world, suffering from the defect of causative "totalitarianism". Any local segment of the world in such a model, became rigidly connected by direct causative filaments to other segments, forming a unified, continuous whole. Thus, it had not the slightest right for any freedom, for any self determination and self-motion. It was not clear how in such a world, any motion or relative displacement of segments or parts could generally begin. In order to move only one segment, it would be necessary to make efforts to include the whole world, because of the reach-through permeatedness and connectedness of the latter with rectilinear determinism.

Materialism now receives a strict ontological base under the interpretation of autonomous existence and motion of separate material objects. Certainly, the idea is not about a full autonomy. Along with an internal causative ring, any separate natural foundation always has at least some non-significant external causal connections. Thus, it is only necessary to speak strictly about a relative autonomy. When in the structure of causal connections, the internal causative source prevails, there must be a reason to speak about "egoism", "egocentricity" and "voluntarism". When, on the contrary, the internal source is suppressed by external influences, there must be a necessity to speak about "conformism".

Speaking further, the former materialism had serious difficulty in explaining the so-called "phenomenon of originating systemic properties". When the system, formed of known components with a certain set of properties, suddenly began to demonstrate absolutely new properties, there naturally appeared a problem about their origin and natural grounding. Today, we can declare that the presence of an internal causal ring is the causal basis of any system. The system, as a special natural factor is connected by its own existence to a causative ring. The causative closed circuit integrates, sticks together separate elements into a unified systemic whole. In the special case where a composite system with one managing centre occurs, there are reasons to speak about a complex of rings, which lock themselves to this centre. So the materialists - emergentists should jump with joy now: a resolution to their "emergency" has been created.

In mechanics, the autonomy of bodies characterized by the presence of a special factor inertia, which was investigated by I. Newton. Inertia represents a special kind of resistance (antidynamism) of a body's internal ability to retain the current condition, to resist the external impulse. A measure of such resistance is inertial mass. The more mass, the greater the external effort which must be applied in order to cause acceleration. The presence of inertia as an example of dynamic autonomy indicates the presence in nature of separate bodies in a closed causative circuit. By analogy, it is possible to assume that any other kind of dynamic autonomy will testify to the presence of closed levels latent in bodies which are the cause of other natural factors.

Dynamic Stability Research into the interesting properties of the balanced solid (gyro), showed that the axis of its rotation tries to hold its direction in space. This demonstrates a special kind of dynamic stability.

As a measure of its stability, a special value is used the moment of inertia. This property was used in navigation devices, ballistic calculations of the motion of rotated gears, studies of heavenly bodies and micro-particles, calculations of engines and turbines, manufacturing of boats and airplanes. Even children became aware of this property in spinning tops. Perhaps only the philosophers - materialists ignored this phenomenon. It quite obviously testifies to the existence of a special factor, originating in the conditions of a specific self-contained causative circuit.

This self-contained causative circuit is a continuous dynamic circulation along a certain determined source (in this case, the mechanic circular rotation of solid matter and mass). In connection with this, it is possible to call such circuits, dynamic. This differs from common static circuits by the involvement of elements of natural systems in internal stable motion and the ability to involve surrounding objects into this motion.

Another example of the natural factor due to a dynamic causative ring is the magnetic field. It is produced by an electric current that flows along a close circuit; for example, in a solenoid coil. It is quite real, and has a vector whose direction is determined by "Ampere's rule". The magnetic field plays the role of inertia, which is resistance to a charge, in the process of electron motion, and movement of an electric current in a conductor. This property is used in electrical engineering and inductors.

Dynamic causative rings are also found in the broad category of vortex motion in gas and liquid continuums. In the body of a vortex there are no new elements as contrasted to the environment, however the vortex resolutely declares itself as an independent natural factor in spatial, dynamic and energy-power situations. It is capable of introducing an essential singularity in the condition of these media. Similar to the ring, the spiral motion of particles in a vortex provides the foundation for a new natural factor. This elementary example can become, in our opinion, an example of a whole class of natural factors having the property of self-preservation, selfregulation and even self-organization.

In contrast to static causative rings, which "stick together" separate subjects of inert matter, dynamic causative rings are capable of generating many more surprising things. The vortex is a primitive example of a factor, which is capable of self-preservation, self-motion and selfregulation. It demonstrates quite definite dynamic activity, and can introduce original transformations to an environment. Composite examples of dynamic causative rings can demonstrate more refined versions of activity.

Systems of wildlife, organisms have enough composite complexes of dynamic causative rings in their makeup. The availability of these complexes is the forming, transforming and driving source of all life. In particular, it is necessary to recognize the quite apparent and visual fact of a ring closure of causative circuits in morphologies and physiologies of separate systems and the cells of living organisms. In case of arming themselves with the principle of ring determinism (or, maybe, a more appropriate title, recirculating or vortical determinism), the materialists may lose their chance to quarrel with vitalists. With all gravity, now it is possible to accept a synergetics, whose basis - functional coherence - receives a causative argument. When studying a living organism, it is now possible to use the full causative grounding in the principle of autonomy; independence of an organism from its environment, contra-positioned by an organism's own internal problems with external influences. There is no more reason for kicking furiously at Aristotelian entelecheia and all immanent teleology. Egoism, egocentricity, aggression now receive a substantial ontological base. It is necessary to consider as the first cause of these developments, not intrigues of a devil and not poor education, but an immanent causative vital-vortex. There is reason for shaking hands with voluntarists. It becomes clear on what ontological platform the compositions of different subjectivists are based.

Everything Has Been Put in Order in the Science of a Person and His Knowledge Until now, the situation in interpreting human knowledge through materialism was completely monstrous. A person in any measure was not considered as the subject of an autonomous existence, as vital and active. However, it was permitted to him in some diminishing way (a classical example is the concept of "reflectance" in dialectical materialism) to be a subject of knowledge. Now, within the framework of the broader explanation of determinism, a person as something purely autonomous, has the full right to distinguish itself from the surrounding world in many ways, including the capacity to learn.

The recognition of a separate subject of knowledge and causative autonomy from the world at once places knowledge in its proper place. We are obliged to recognize that a subject has the right to have a special cognitive basis, a position, a tradition, a special attitude towards the subject of knowledge, and a specific view which is not always adequate for the objective properties of cognizable things. And even the right to make mistakes, to err, to imagine! The huge level, which has been recognized only by subjectivists, is now uncovered. Now the subjective factor should declare itself in the materialistic theory of knowledge as completely real category, having a strict causative basis.

In order to function in this world successfully, a person is obliged to use something better than a trial and error method. The aim of self-preservation and optimal development induces him to have, as a reference point, a certain algorithm of successful action as a support. For the lowest animal, existing for extended periods in stabilized natural niches, this algorithm is incorporated in instinct. For the higher animal and especially for a man, living in permanently changing conditions, it is necessary to create this algorithm by himself. Creation it is impossible without the design of a model of this world, clear, convenient and objective enough for use. The model is the necessary environment in which bosom the algorithm is deployed. They are inseparably related. Optimization of the algorithm implies the perfecting of a model. All the processes of human knowledge imply the creation, optimization and remodeling of this algorithm and this model.

A living organism can be considered in two ways: as a unified unit, a complex of self-contained causative rings and as a soft union, a symbiosis of these rings, each of which plays a specific and rather autonomous role in its existence and operation. If we choose the second version and emphasize a relative causative autonomy for each separate system, it is possible to reach a more subtle level of research into the motivation of vital activity and conduct of an organism.

In particular, if we take into consideration a relative autonomy of an alliance of nervous and humoral systems of an organism, if we see a tandem of the conforming causative rings, it will be possible to speak with certainty about such factors as psychics (mentality) or soul. If we concentrate on the rather autonomous causative status and the operation of the known physiognomy of the cerebral cortex, it would be allowable to speak about consciousness. The admission of the relative autonomy of these factors give the materialists a chance to reconcile with dualists. Besides, the detection of the material factor, which is the bearer of consciousness, identifies a clear route to the solution of the so called "mind-body problem".

The availability in a nature of two ontologically (causally) equitable platforms for the description of the processes occuring in consciousness from within, a causative ring of consciousness and without, from the surrounding world, allows us to speak about the two-fold character of the same natural phenomena. Henceforward the equal rights to life have two mutually complementary views; they are something like a known complementarity principle in the physics of the microcosm. Each view has its own methodological platform; the apparatus of perception, recital and interpretation, and its own specific motivation. Together they ensure us a completeness of perception of any given subject. Without any of them, the notion of a subject will be incomplete.

To approach it more strictly, it would be impossible to limit consideration to only the "mindbody problem". It is necessary to take into account the presence in psychology of a person of several sub-systems and the causative rings and relatively independent factors, corresponding to them. In addition to consciousness, the will, the sphere of desires and inclinations, the sphere of emotions, senses and affects are submitted. Thus, if we want to receive a complete picture of any subject, it is necessary to synthesize the several private submissions conforming to all these spheres.

For example, we want to buy a definite thing in shop. The "sanction" for a purchase is in the sphere of desires (the thing is necessary in housekeeping) and a sensual sphere (appearance, beautiful design, an anticipation of pleasure from use). However, the consciousness is against purchase since it is expensive. The final decision depends on the ratio of force of different motives.

The confrontation in a nature of a person's many relatively independent factors, makes us carry out the work of assessment of these categories in philosophy and science. An example of activities [1] and [2] can be.

Living organisms demonstrate the tendency to enter different alliances: flights, shoals, herds and public units. Any such alliances imply availability of a specific closed causative ring. In a chaos of diverse connections between the members of an alliance, the closed causative circuit clearly appears, and it takes a significant place in the general scheme of things.

The consideration of all varieties of adjacent factors in their basic causative rings and vortexes in society, may allow the construction of an adequate social model and successfully forecast the development of social processes.

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