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2001 | 14 | 131-148
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CELOWOŚĆ PRZYRODY W ŚWIETLE ZASAD ANTROPICZNYCH

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There are many possible worlds existing, but it is only in our world that living based on carbon is possible. Life could have but didn't have to appear in the expanding world. If one wants to present the process of life's development schematically, it could be done in this way: 1) ? ( has our world been planned?) 2) There exists energy and matter 3) There appears a process of matter's organisation (autoreplication and mutation) 4) Competition for resources 5) Natural selection (only well adapted survive) 6) There appears a rational being 7) ? (what is next and what will happen to us?) The fact that we exist in the world has an influence on the particular image of the world. Our cognitive structures has been shaped during the process of evolution and that is why they are able to understand this world's naturę. We presume that this world is ordered and purposeful although we are not able to outline any vision of our futurę on the basis of the evolutionary process that has taken place so far. Taking into consideration analyses of evolutionary process it is possible to believe in this world's purposefulness, but we should have even greater belief if we accept it's accidental nature.
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