Teregulov Filarit Sharifovich
Доктор педагогических наук, профессор, Bashkir State Pedagogical University, M. Akmulla, terfil@yandex.ru, Ufa

Human Intelligence and Consciousness

From recognition of the unity (similarity) of all types of the matter motions it follows that at the level of a human it manifests in living activities. Logically, that this basic activity of human state of mind and consciousness development should possess some structure, manifesting it. In this connection proposed by the author intelligence organ of each human being, evolutionary appearing and intravitally developing and operating, starts showing fundamental nature of a human and society in common. Thereby it sets general methodological regularity of people daily living activities.
brain and intelligence organ, stages of development and operation, consciousness as the orientation basis of daily living activities, subject and personality, sensor moulds, codes and agreements, intelligence and social organism

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