Paradigm - what is it? The meaning of a word, definition, origin, translation


A paradigm is a complex of scientific data or axioms accepted as truth, on the basis of which scientific, philosophical or religious theory unfolds. Simply put, a paradigm is that world of stopudal truths, which for the scientist is beyond doubt. In Greek, the word paradigm means "sample, example."

The paradigm for traditional geometry is the set of axioms that parallel lines do not intersect, any line can be continued indefinitely, and through any two points on the plane one can draw a unique straight line.

The religious paradigm presupposes the presence of the all-powerful and all-seeing God, as well as the afterlife and sometimes the transmigration of souls. The paradigm of the quilted jacket - Putin is always right, enemies are all around, Europe will soon end, and Russia is a great power rising from its knees.

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