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Alexander Grigoriev (Russia)

** Alexander
Grigoriev **(Russia) - PhD, assistant professor of philosophy, Siberian State
University of Science and Technology (Krasnoyarsk), creative specialist,
specialist in scientific creativity, author of pedagogical inventions.

*How
the guess itself is possible?* (Interactive TED style presentation)

*How the guess itself is possible?*

**Presentation language:** Russian

The
guess of how it is possible for itself begins with a heuristic question,
aggravated to a contradiction, indicating its possible solution, revealing at
the limit of its capabilities a problem that can be formulated, but impossible
to solve within these limits. "And how to open such a question that only you
can raise for the first time and help others in this?" Is a question that
presumes not only the potential infinity of the many possibilities of
individual progress irreducible to each other, but also the continuity of this
set (only in this case the "principle of the fragility of good" does not apply
when changing one type of progress to another). The hypothesis that seven
simultaneous nonlinear methods of interaction of two opposites is necessary and
sufficient to enable a countable infinite set of progress types irreducible to
each other is substantiated through the mathematical optimization problem,
which is isomorphic to it, known in the theory of singularities of
differentiable mappings, in which, starting with of seven parameters, an
infinite number of irreducible enumerated types of singularities of variables
arises, and explains some anomalous with respect to the law of unity and struggle
of opposites and its multipolar form, facts and theoretical provisions of the
humanities and natural sciences. But, starting from the 11th parameter, in the
optimization problem, a continuous set of irreducible types of singularities
arises. In this case, the individuality of each does not risk being left
without the possibility of his creative unique self-realization. The author of
this development hypothesis made five pedagogical inventions marked with
diplomas of the All-Russian competition of pedagogical inventions and
innovative educational technologies "Modern School".