NEW APPROACH TO SOLVING KANT’S FIRST ANTINOMY Page No: 4709-4717

By: Firyuza Salikhovna Yanchilina

Keywords: Kant’s first antinomy, chaos, universe, space, time, border of the universe.

Abstract: In this paper, the Kantian antinomy about the border of space is considered. A new physical hypothesis about the dependence of the speed of light and Planck’s constant on the global distribution of matter in the Universe is discussed. It is shown that within the framework of this hypothesis, we can take a new view to the matter of the border of space. It is shown that all the properties of space and time are inextricably connected with the laws of motion of bodies. It is shown that if the laws of motion degenerate, then space and time will lose physical meaning. The hypothesis about the border of space is discussed, near which space loses all its properties. The hypothesis of the existence of Chaos outside the Universe and the border of space between the Universe and Chaos is also discussed. In the author\\\'s opinion, such a cosmological hypothesis does not contain internal contradictions and naturally solves the problem of the antinomy of the infinite-finite world. The purpose of the article is also to draw both the modern researchers and philosophers to discuss the idea of Chaos outside the Universe and the relationship of Chaos and our space. Young scientists and students can also use this paper for educational purposes.



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