THE THEORY OF EVOLUTION: from the space vacuum to neural networks and moving forward

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In the book, the author defines the evolution as a continuous and nonlinear complex of the structure of matter, interaction types and environments of existence; analyzes existing in modern science and philosophy approaches to the study of the process of evolution, degree of development factors and causes of evolution. Unifying interdisciplinary research in cosmology, evolution, biology, neuroscience and philosophy, the author presents his vision of the evolution model of Ā«Evolving matterĀ», which allows us to consider not only the laws of the transition space vacuum in neural networks but also to see our Universe as a complex, heterogeneous organization. Interdisciplinary amount of information on the theory of evolution is systematized and a new method of world perception is proposed in the book.
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