1 Association Noosphere, Ukrainе
2 University of Customs and Finance, Ukrainе
3 Oles Honchar Dnipro National University, Ukrainе

Nauka naukozn. 2022, 2(116): 12–23

Section: Vital Problems of Modern Science
Language: Ukrainian
Abstract: Science is a driving force of the development of humanity, and, at the same time, it is an important branch of human activity with the key role of generating new knowledge. Historically, the science is divided into three types: academic, sectoral and university science. Given the situation today, the topical issue for discussion is a new subsection — corporate science, because corporations are well aware of the fact that their competitiveness and, respectively, their future fate depends on the generation of new knowledge. Therefore, corporations undertake the processes related to the cultivation of science and creation of the appropriate scientific atmosphere — corporate scientific environment. Any specific approaches or turnkey solutions for the creation of such kind of an environment are unavailable, which makes the research very relevant now.

This paper presents the findings of the research aimed to identify and systematize the components which constitute the landscape of the scientific environment, and to find the determinants or factors which determine the scientific environment based on the general scientific methods of cognition as well as the Hegel’s ascending principle. The scientific papers of the leading domestic and foreign scientists served as an empirical base for the research.

The research enabled to identify and develop the main determinants which have an impact on the generation of a new scientific knowledge: the existence of the environment of being, scientific environment, material covering of scientific environment, common language, scientific communications, motivation and spirit of the organization.

It has been substantiated that the organization of almost any scientific environment should go through the development of the above-mentioned components. It has been proven that the development of scientific environment is able to make the company innovative, and thereby to increase its competitiveness. Such kind of transformation requires a complete picture of the processes which occur in the sphere of corporate innovations. The development of scientific environment is based on thinking, which should be noospheric; and the appropriate way of existence is being, but not possession. It is the only kind of thinking and kind of spirit, capable of creating a synergetic effect in the development of human being and biosphere.

Keywords: science, scientific environment, scientific communication, corporate science, noosphere


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