StatusThe thesis was presented on the 2 July, 2019 at the meeting of the Scientific Council and now it is under consideration of the National Council.
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Thesis structure: introduction, 3 chapters, general conclusions and recommendations, bibliography of 222 titles, 2 annexes, 156 pages of the main text. The results have been published in 10 scientific papers. Keywords: social philosophy, social epistemology, social interaction, prisoner’s dilemma, cooperation of individuals, methodological individualism, model of homo sapiens, game theory, logicophilosophical analysis.
Field of study: Social philosophy. The purpose of thesis is to investigate the specific features of a certain kind of social relations known as “prisoner’s dilemma”, which can
The tasks of work are: to reconsider the prisoner’s dilemma as a kind of social relations; to perform the historiographical analysis of conceptual evolution of prisoner‘s dilemma; to distinguish the specific features of modern methods for investigation of social relations having the structure of prisoner‘s dilemma; to describe the criteria for the evaluation of the efficiency of methodological approaches in prediction of the social reality which is the result of the social relations, to perform the axiometric analysis of social relations having the structure of prisoner‘s dilemma; to revise the concept of rational behavior of an individual from the point of view of philosophical aspects of social relations; to classify the modern epistemological models of homo and to create a general epistemological model of homo socioeconomicus (philosophicus); to provide the model of social relations based on the statistical hypothesis; examining socio-philosophical categories in the context of social relations resizing.
The scientific novelty and originality of the work consists in justify the importance of resizing the conceptual and methodological component in the study of social relationships by philosophical methods; in demonstrating the appropriateness of the interdisciplinary approach in the study of social relation; in consideration of the prisoner's dilemma as a form of social relation; in substantiating the use of the problem approach to determine the effectiveness of methods for forecasting social relatio n; in the argumentation of necessity to revise the concept of a rational individual; in the application of the statistical approach in the construction of a model of homo socioeconomicus. The important scientific problem solved in the work consists in clarifying the epistemological basis of social relations through a philosophical analysis of the prisoner's dilemma, which provides a relevant methodology for predicting the outcome of social relations in the context of identification of universal laws of formation, functioning and development of society.
The theoretical significance and applicative value of the work the results obtained in the work contribute to the formation of a methodological basis for the further study of social relationships not only by traditionally philosophical methods (which includes logical analysis), but also by interdisciplinary methods, in particular – by probability-statistical methods.
The results of the study may be of interest for specialists in the field of: social philosophy, philosophical anthropology, philosophy of culture and epistemology. Dissertation materials can find further application besides of research activities in the field of social interaction also in the teaching of the humanities.The implementation of scientific results was realized through their examination and approval in the meetings of the Sector of Philosophy and the Thematic Research Seminar of the Institute of History of the ASM; the results were validated in 2 institutional research projects of the Sector and Philosophy: Descentralizarea axiologică în societatea bazată pe cunoaștere (20011-2014) и Integrarea tradițiilor filosofiei în societatea bazată pe cunoaștere (2015-2018). The most important results of the study in the form of reports and communications were presented in the 6 international and 4 national scientific conferences.