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Prokhorov M.M.


Modern mechanicism is neomechanicism. Its differences from classical mechanicism are revealed. Neomechanicism speculates on the emergence of a post-non-classical science that studies highly complex self-developing systems that include a person as a goal-setting subject who, when formulating a goal for the entire system, is guided by various forms of worldview, not always scientific and philosophical. As a result, the lower is recognized as existing exclusively as part of the higher and "thanks" to it, dialectical development is denied as a process of ascent from the lower to the higher, from the simple to the complex, development turns into degradation of degeneration, into "death-creation". This leads to a revision of the relationship and alienation from each other of natural and artificial, culture and technology, materialism and dialectics, which are declared zones of the "struggle of worlds", leading supporters of neo-mechanicism to construct a "conservative revolution", the revival of the ancient Eastern concept of "renaming names", which allows to revise reasonable scientific and philosophical positions, declare them unreasonable, create, imitate other phenomena devoid of the essence of "simulacra". This is done under the guise of "empirical generalizations", which are exposed to theoretical exposure. Such "parts" demonstrate the ability to connect themselves with religious systems. The Conservative Revolution is criticized; it is proved that it represents a rejection of the central principle of materialist dialectics.

The methodology is the principles of materialism and dialectics, the unity of the historical and logical, the ascent from the abstract to the concrete.

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Prokhorov M.M. (2022). MODERN NEOMECHANICISM. Journal of Engineering and Technology Development Research, 1(1). Retrieved from


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