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LOGOS A Journal, of Religion, Philosophy, Comparative Cultural Studies and Art


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Logos 106

:. Roman Vasko
        Kiev National Linguistic University, Ukraine




The Idea of Harmonising Hypotheses about the Origin of Life on Earth: The Rational Principle – Human Being and His Language

The article proposes the idea of the harmonisation of hypotheses about the origins of life on Earth, the human being and his language. At the same time, possibility is considered to be probable, but not categoric, and can claim revolutionary conclusions. For this purpose, a synthesis of the main arguments of the origin of planetary life hypotheses, which have become most famous and popular even among amateurs of quests for the history of “humanity”, is given. The key and still unresolved issues about the evolutionary lines of the human are briefly discussed, taking into account new data from the standpoint of various sciences. Parallels between the main known hypotheses about the origin of life on Earth and its anthropic species as the human being in general and the human being with cognitive and communicative abilities in particular, are presented. It is concluded that although individual correspondences of the hypotheses on the origin of life on Earth and its rational principle are separated by a huge chronological distance, the idea of their harmonisation is not devoid of perspectives for its further discussion.


Key Words: harmonisation, hypotheses, origin of life, anthropoids, cognitive and communicative ability


The journal "LOGOS" is mainly devoted to scholarly studies in all areas of philosophy.
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