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'Chaosensology' is a harmonoius entirety of natural philosophy outlook from the author's physicist point of view. It has, however, nothing in common with neopositivistic physicalism. It has its roots in physics of nonlinear dynamic systems that introduce such notions as 'deterministic chaos', 'strange attractor', 'selforganization'. Chaosensology considers Universe as a supersystem moving in the infinite strange Attractor that may be identified with the all-embracing God. The view that our Universe shows some fractal structure is a consequence of author's anti-hamletism and is also strictly connected with deterministic chaos theory since strange attractor does have fractal properties. It may exist more universe-supersystems but the Universe that we experience through our senses armed with physical instuments. As there are religions that consider God to be kind of Superbeing without anthropomorphic features, like primeval Chaos in Greek mythology, so when scientists write about Nature (with capital 'N') trhere is practically no difference if they call upon some Superbeing. Chaosensology enables a new look upon relation between science and religion, as well as upon sciences, from psychology of feelings to economy and organization of social systems.
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