Role of Noobiogeocoenosis in Interaction of Artificial and Natural

Abstract

The contradictions between artificial and natural reality lead to the ecological crisis. The biosphere is the object of natural planetary reality. The techniquesphere, and sociosphere is object for artificial one. The interaction between these realities is considered on basis noobiogeosphere’s concept that was suggested by author. Noobiogeosphere is the composite human-dimensional complex of the biosphere, civilization, socio-cultural planetary shells. Noobiogeosphere is able to organize interaction between all humanistically oriented mankind activity, all planetary shells and structures of them. Noobiogeosphere has three levels of organization at least, which are connected by homomorphism relations. The main element of the micro-level is noobiogeosphere's personality, for the meso-level it is noobiogeocenosis and noobiogeosphere itself characterizes the macro-level. Noobiogeopherical structure suggests the emergence of noobiogeosphere's class sciences. Noobiogeocenosis is the basic unit of noobiogeosphere. It provides a stable equilibrium for corresponding biogeocenosis, antropocenosises and their environment. Its stability is achieved through waste-less cycling of matter, energy, information covered in their range. A new quality that characterizes noobiogeosphere as a whole emerges within it. A conceptual scheme of the heterocycle, providing coherent interaction of all individual sustainable natural rhythms within a certain artificial can be considered as a model noobiogeocenosis also. Noobiogeospheric personality and noobiogeospheric culture extend and develop ideas about this reality. The noobiogeocenosis formation promotes to harmonic interaction between artificial and natural in planetary scale. So the ecological ethics is formatting and the global ecological safety is providing.



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Vera Danilova, Northeastern Federal University, Russia

Paper Information
Conference: ACERP2014
Stream: Ethics; Religion; Philosophy

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