Kalanov, Temur Z.
February 11, 2016
physics, mathematics, formal logic, dialectics, philosophy of science, history of science
The biographical sketch describes the creative development of the theoretical physicist, mathematician, logician, and philosopher Temur Z. Kalanov. It is shown that scientific creativity is a manifestation of congenital quality of personality, a manifestation of loss of faith in scientific authorities, a manifestation of one's “Ego”. The found “Ego” and faith in oneself are the impossible without awareness and recognition of the existence of the Supreme Intellect and of God. Faith in oneself and in the existence of the Absolute Truth are starting point of correct cognition. It is proved within the correct methodological basis – the unity of formal logic and of rational dialectics – that works of classics of sciences contain errors. The errors are an inalienable and essential part of modern sciences and characterize the inductive method of cognition.