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Alexandra Kulik
Lake Forest College
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Philosophical meaning of the term «chaos» is analyzed. The historical and philosophical transformations of the concept of «chaos» are considered. The differences between the philosophical and scientifi interpretations of the concept «chaos» are demonstrated.
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