in logic, philosophy, and methodology of science

Books are in bold

 Not books or other publications are the most important for science but discoveries and, even more, theories.

 Originating and development (important contributions):

1.  Structurology *

               cf.    1. On the Nature and Essence of Mathematics,    Kiev, 1998     (in Russian)

                       2. Triad as a fundamental structure in human culture,     Studia Culturologia, 1993, v.2, pp.51-63

                       3. Named Sets as Basic Tool in Epistemology,      Epistemologia, 1995, XVIII, pp.87-110

                       4. What is the Surrounding World Built of,     Philosophical and Sociological Thought, 1991, N8, pp.54-67     (in Russian )

                       5. Structural Level of Nature: Achieving an Absolute, Kyiv, 1996  (in Ukrainian)
                                                                                                                           and others

2. General Theory of Properties

              cf.  1. Abstract Theory of Properties,    Non-classical Logics, Moscow, 1985, pp.109-118    (in Russian)

2. Quantifiers in the Theory of Properties,    Non-standard Semantics in Non-classical Logics, Moscow, 1986, pp.99-107    (in Russian)

3. Named Sets, General Theory of Properties, and Logic,     Kiev, 1989     (in Russian)
                                                                                                      and others

3. Theory of Logical Varieties    *

               cf. 1. Logical Tools for Inconsistent Knowledge Systems,      Information: Theories & Applications, 1995, v.3, N10, pp.13-18

                    2. Logical Varieties and Covarieties,      Methodological and Theoretical Problems of Mathematics and Information and Computer Sciences, Kiev, 1997, pp.18-34    (in Russian)

                   3. Logical Methods in Artificial Intelligence Systems,     Vestnik of the VOIVT, 1991, N2, pp.66-78     (in Russian)
                                                                                                                           and others

4. The Structure-Nominative Approach in Methodology of Science (in collaboration)

             cf. 1. Introduction to the Modern Exact Methodology of Science,    Moscow, 1994    (in Russian)

                  2. Axiological Aspects of Scientific Theories,    Kiev, 1991 (in Russian)

                  3. The World of Theories and the Power of Mind,    Kiev, 1992 (in Russian)
                                                                                                                            and others

5. General Theory of Information (Ontology)

             cf. 1. Information as a Natural and Technological Phenomenon, Informatization and new technologies, 1996, N1, pp.2-5              (in Russian)

                 2. What is the Cost of Information, Information and Market, 1996, N 5-6, pp.35-36                   (in Ukrainian)

                3. Evaluation of Scientific Activity in Dynamic Information Theory, Science and Science of  Science, 1994, N1-2, pp.124-131
                                                                                                                              and others

B. Originating:

1. Creationist Theory of Concept  (in collaboration)

cf. 1. Informal and formal analysis of concepts,  Berichte des 12 International Wittgenstein Symposium, Wien, 1988, pp. 163-166

    2. Towards the construction of general theory of concept, The Open Curtain, Oulder-San Francisco-Oxford, 1991, pp. 167-195

   3. Creationist theory of concept,  XIX World Congress of Philosophy, Abstracts, v.1, Moscow, 1993       (in Russian)
                                                                                                             and others

C. Development (Important Contributions):

1. General Theory of Cognition               cf. 1. Named Sets as Basic Tool in Epistemology,      Epistemologia, 1995, XVIII, pp.87-110

                   2. Mistakes and misconceptions as engines of progress in science, Visnik of the National Academy of Science of Ukraine, 1995, No. 11/12, pp. 64-70 (in Ukrainian)

                  3.  Problems of Understanding in Jewish Tradition and Modern Gnoseology, Jewish History and Culture in Ukraine, Kiev, 1996 (in Russian)

                                                                                                      and others