Nikolaevich, Romanenko Vladimir; Vasilyevna, Nikitina Galina
March 2013
Society: Philosophy, History, Culture;2013, Issue 1, p1
Academic Journal
Along with substance and field the information can be regarded as one of the possible state of the matter. Consideration for the correlation "information - energy - substance" allows avoiding difficulties in comprehension of the neural system functioning. The information appears as a result of the objects' mutual reflection. The perfect may be interpreted as a reflection of the reflected previously. The authors introduce conceptions of the external and internal communications, and from this perspective they discuss complex systems of the life forms.


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