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Psycosmology (greek. ψυχή — soul; greek. Κόσμος — "ordered", "beautiful" — a structure, the Universe, a universe, greek. λόγος — "thought") — system of psychological types. The ground of type classification in psycosmology is the correlation of rational and irrational cognition of man and direction of both kinds of cognition on the World and the Self.


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Status of Psycosmology

From its very origin psycosmology was viewed in two different contexts: as researching the types of human psychic and as the practice focused on creation of conditions for the maximum realization of the man's potential and regulation of human interrelations on the basis of taking into consideration her/his type of cognition. These aspects, in fact, are complementary for each others. In determining the peculiarities of manifestation of psychotype in style of activity and communication the methodological and diagnostical development of typology is very important. The title “Psycosmology” has been introduced by N.L.Nagibina, the author of the system in 2007. (Before this the names were: “The system of type by Nagibina”, “Typology by Jung-Nagibina”) for designation the ontological status of typology. Traditionally object of research in cosmology was the Universe and its composition at both the levels (mental and physical). Recently the accent in cosmological investigations has shifled to physical world, and even more narrow to origin of the Universe. The level of psychic is excluded from cosmology. However, in this case, the main idea of cosmology — unity of a universe and its integrity combining the mental and physical worlds was broke. Psycosmology makes accent on a psychic component of the existing world which is equal in its rights with the physical component of the Universe.

From its very origin psycosmology was viewed in two different contexts: as researching the types of human psychic and as the practice focused on creation of conditions for the maximum realization of the man's potential and regulation of human interrelations on the basis of taking into consideration her/his type of cognition. These aspects, in fact, are complementary for each others. In determining the peculiarities of manifestation of psychotype in style of activity and communication the methodological and diagnostical development of typology is very important. The title “Psycosmology” has been introduced by N.L.Nagibina, the author of the system in 2007. (Before this the names were: “The system of type by Nagibina”, “Typology by Jung-Nagibina”) for designation the ontological status of typology. Traditionally object of research in cosmology was the Universe and its composition at both the levels (mental and physical). Recently the accent in cosmological investigations has shifled to physical world, and even more narrow to origin of the Universe. The level of psychic is excluded from cosmology. However, in this case, the main idea of cosmology — unity of a universe and its integrity combining the mental and physical worlds was broke. Psycosmology makes accent on a psychic component of the existing world which is equal in its rights with the physical component of the Universe.

Status of Psycosmology as sciences

At present psycosmology is a scientifically accepted empirical classification: it learns on the facts, statistical analysis of feature distributions and bounds of the psychological characteristic, their empirical reliability and validity. Psycosmology as empirical classification has been successfully defended before the council at the department of psychic system studies and the department of personality studies in the Institute of Psychology under Russian Academy of science (25.12.2000), as well as before the scientific council at the department of psychology in Moscow State Lomonosov University (22.11.2002) and before the scientific council at the Moscow University for humanities (2006 – four dissertations), also before other council and commissions of experts. The essential basis of the given empirical classification lies in studying every day cognition of people where observation of activity styles with the help of worked out special methods and techniques allows for revealing facts and their lows. Create attention in the researches is paid to the ecological validity of them. In this connection such kinds of empirical researches as experiments under conditions closer to real ones, structured observations etc.


Status of Psycosmology as practice

The goal of psycosmology is to implement the knowledge of the preferred activity styles and the peculiarities of communications, by all people, as much as it is possible, for optimizing human relations and cooperative activities. At present psycosmology is used in education especially in teaching future musicians and other creative professionals, in a number of organizations for optimizing the personal work activity, and also in psychotherapeutical and consulting practices.

Psychological type

Model of system of psychological types (Psycosmology)

The main statements of the system

Psycosmology — system of psychological types

Psycosmology in the context of the general, typological and individual

The procedure of type determining

Perception in the types of the system

Memory in the types of the system

Thinking in the types of the system

Psychological types: peculiarities of cognition and value

The roots of Psycosmology

Cosmology of ancient civilizations

Typologies with the correlations of rational and irrational cognition as the ground for the distinction of types

Philosophical systems in which the Universe is treated as harmonic whole, including the physical and the psychical (mental, spiritual) worlds

The place Psycosmology in the system of studies of psychic and soul

Personality in Psycosmology

Methods of research

References

Informational resources

http://www.iidp.ru

http://psychology.110mb.com

http://do.iidp.ru

http://forum.iidp.ru

http://www.psycosmology.ru

Competition of creative works «PSYCOSMOLOGY»

Publications on Psycosmology

Monographies

Chapters in collective monographies

Articles in the journals

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