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This paper shall open an opportunity to make an attempt to open a marginalized discussion of the notion of science and the temporal sustainability of stochastic laws in the field of social sciences. A new interpretation shall be provided through a comparative analogy, with a view to revising current scientific attitudes and their social implementation. The views that the psycho-physical capacities of an individual, can be extended to a certain extent, through an influence of a scientific knowledge and a wider social environment is disputed. We believe that the personal capacities inherited by birth, limit the potential for the impact of a scientific knowledge and a social environment, minimizing their impact to negligible. Our approach is expressed in the view that a science is a cognitive-developmental reality, subject to a constant substantive changes, not a value system of interpretations and defined thinking orientations.
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[Miroslav Kuka and Marko Krunic (2020); THE HYPOTHESIS OF THE PREDETERMINATION OF INDIVIDUAL PSYCHO-PHYSICAL CAPACITIES Int. J. of Adv. Res. 8 (Apr). 865-869] (ISSN 2320-5407). www.journalijar.com
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