Philosophical Problems

The concept of an ecosystem approach Our concept is to use the so-called ecosystem approach, that is, in studies of plant and aggregate materials of organic origin in anthropogenic pollution from the streams of matter and energy surrounding environment. And since any ecological phenomenon that accompanies the process of orderly interaction of all things, is important to the ecosystem as a whole, therefore, to learn how to “use the gifts of nature ‘, not ruining them to get food to guess’ what will happen then’ with the world around us, we suggest to start small. That is already poisoned by the scientific technological advances the body cleanse the Earth’s biosphere, from small ‘blood’ vessels. Principles of the ecosystem approach are as follows: All living and fauna of the Earth consists of a diverse dissipative structures, ie absorbing and scattering the energy of the organisms, childbirth classes, natural ecosystems and social communities. And the wisdom of nature is the essence of environmental awareness.

Building a stable of physical and spiritual relations of human communities based on understanding the principles of the existence of various dissipative systems across deep ecological concepts about the essence of life. Since the dissipative structure – is the basic structure of all living systems, nature in general is such a person – an unpredictable, sensitive to the world, exposed to the slightest deviation, respectively, so must be an adequate approach to nature: not the domination and control, respect, cooperation and dialogue. And not in vain, the founder of the thermodynamics of dissipative systems, Russian-born American, Nobel Laureate Ilya Prigogine in his book ‘A new dialogue of man with nature’, wrote: ‘The world we see outside, and the peace we feel within, move closer to (my italics – VD’) is the convergence of two worlds – probably one of the most important cultural events of our century..

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