Conceptology, like any science, is limitless. And we are convinced of this when our Scientific Research Center (a department of our organization) encounters new discoveries and begins to investigate them. In this case it happened again! We decided to investigate the issue of the origin of global concepts. After all, if we take any human invention, then we more than understand where the need for any concept came from. We can also trace the history of invention and improvement of almost any concept.
But what if we take a global concept? Such as the big bang theory (if it’s a fact), as an expansion of the universe. Or the existence of any other algorithm that affects the physics of the universe. What if we take the concept of fauna and its varieties. After all, it turns out that any of these concepts also comes from the same formula – there is a problem and there is a solution. And the stage of the idea of creating such a solution, many might call divine intervention. As for the cabbage, it is a divine intervention, when some goat eats this cabbage. So we can rightly call these concepts natural. And since then, we can divide concepts into natural and artificial. And we can definitely trace an interesting order of work with natural concepts.
Natural Concepts are those concepts that were created by nature and are part of the global system of algorithms that make up our universe. It will not be surprising if there are also certain initial concepts from which the natural ones originated. Perhaps these are concepts that are catalysts for the discovery of one or another universe. Yes, and certainly inside the universe there can be a much larger number of types of origin of concepts. Here the ball is on the side of scientists from other related fields who use Conceptology as an additional science for their own local research.
Artificial Concepts are concepts that are created by people as a solution to a specific problem. They, in turn, as we know, are divided into verbal and actual. And then such concepts belong to different areas of study (Consumer, Research, Philosophical and others). And already within these areas we use known and invent new techniques to improve current concepts, helping them to better solve current problems or start solving new ones.
Now our organization is actively engaged in the creation of the annual summit of Conceptologists. And such topics will be revealed in more detail directly at these events.