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Filozofia Nauki 1 (1995)

Psychoontology is the ontology of the psyche and of related matters. Hence, by definition, it is a case of particular and applied ontology. Psychoontology concerns the specifically human part of the world, the realm of human beings understood as wholes composed of, inter alia, their psyche and body. The following questions are characteristic for psychoontology: How is a psyche possible?, How is cognition possible?, How are soul-body of mind-brain connections possible?, How is a consciousness possible? The article tries to outline several clues leading to combination psychoontology, i.e. psychoontology based on combination ontology
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