The Soviet ideology treated natural science as one of its cornerstones and provided the state support for philosophical studies of science. Their main aims were to prove its intellectual superiority and to demonstrate its scientific character. Do these studies have some positive results and resources for surviving in post-Soviet times? The chapter gives the overview of present situation in Ukrainian analytical studies of science and indicates some perspectives of their developments. Some of these are connected with a careful structure-nominative analysis of real scientific knowledge systems and relations between them. Ideology and philosophical studies of science Complexity of scientific knowledge systems Components and structures of knowledge systems
Keywords Ideology  science  philosophy  philosophy of science  knowledge  scientific knowledge  systems of scientific knowledge  polysystemity
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