Scientific research and horizons of knowledge
Keywords:science, knowledge, future, technology, resources, prognostics, economy
Intellectual climate has served for development of the economy based on knowledge. But did only the knowledge from the economy seve for the development of economic knowledge? Knowledge can’t be transplanted but it can be acquired. Does the ideal or second moment for defining future landmarks except the present exist? It exists: when the physical, spiritual and intellectual energy of youth and knowledge is released from stereotypes and confronts banality and routine of everyday living. Relative to future challenges, cosmic aspect retreats before anthropological, it puts human in the center of attention and creates a turning point toward specific human, psychological-ethnical-anthropological problematic. Ten, when the developed sense of preference toward future, prognostic-futurological, is caught in the jaws of life with cosmic approach, reconstructive need as well as innovative noetic aspect for defining grandiose visions as we felt in the past will unfold as a necessity. Knowledge based economy is realized by positive combination of analytic research methods from di?erent scientific fields and thanks to generalizing it comes to application on systems with diverse physical characteristics, whether it’s about living natural systems or artificial organizational systems that were made by man. It’s about process’ of remaking of scientific thought. As much as people thought about future throughout the history of human kind, they were always burdened with values of their time. In this paper we are attempting to give an answer on the following question: „Knowledge based economy, with characteristics of universal di?usion , will either awaken, lower or in future eliminate existing or create new divisions? Undeveloped countries must create their own defensive system for their own national and economical identity conservation. We are talking about economic and political freedom. That is why mobilization of knowledge and prudent people is needed.
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