Idea of Transversum as Generation of Meaning Space in Transdisciplinary Experience


  • Larisa Pavlovna Kiyashchenko Institute of philosophy of RAS



transdisciplinary experience, transversum, transinterval, formation of sense, recursive reflection, bioethics, philosophy of biology and medicine


In article the author made an attempt to present the idea of a transversum through a conceptual row: universum, poliversum, transversuma, transinterval transversaliya through consideration of the transdisciplinary experience oriented by a recursive reflection.   In this aspect the typology of interval approach as means of statement and the solution of the problems connected with a situation of the self-adjusted measure of a transversum, universal concreteness of a concept of a measure in biomedicine and ethics is offered. The version of interpretation of history of formation of bioethics from the point of view of transinterval approach is offered.

Author Biography

Larisa Pavlovna Kiyashchenko, Institute of philosophy of RAS

Doctor of Philosophy, the leading researcher of Institute of philosophy of RAS of sector of cross-disciplinary researches of scientific and technical development.


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How to Cite

Kiyashchenko, L. P. (2016). Idea of Transversum as Generation of Meaning Space in Transdisciplinary Experience. Filosofiya Osvity. Philosophy of Education, 19(2), 231–244.






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