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  1. Socrates was the first to place man at the center of philosophy. Apparently, because I saw that the philosophy of nature has exhausted itself, all the most important things have already been said. And man is still poorly understood.

    And this is still relevant, because with the development of technology, we understand less and less who a person is, where his boundaries are.

    How long will a person remain human if their DNA is altered? How long will a person stay with a person if their body parts are replaced with electronic ones? Is the clone as human as we are? There is a separate issue with artificial intelligence.

    Science cannot answer all these questions without philosophy. For example, Tatiana Chernigovskaya says that in addition to a biologist, psychologist, linguist, etc., a team of cognitive scientists also has a philosopher who is needed to process and comprehend the data obtained.

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