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  1. There are several classifications of disciplines, according to the one that I personally tend to use – it is abstract . Abstract discipline. It does not consider the objects of the real world themselves as natural sciences. it can look at specific properties and features of objects in abstraction from the objects themselves. It “creates” concepts that do not exist in the real world, but with the help of which other sciences can explore objects in the real world. Therefore , there is no experiment in it, as in other natural sciences, even though it is an exact science.

    It is not humanitarian because no objects of its attention are directly related to the person in any way, as in the same story.

    Philosophy in this classification also belongs to the abstract sciences , but unlike mathematics, it is not exact .

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