The God has created a man in order that he creates that the God fails to do

Sunday, 18 March 2012

Freedom is an immanent property of living nature

In biology, there are no exhaustive criteria of living nature, and living organisms are characterized by a number of phenomenological features such as the ability to move, irritability, the ability to reproduction, adaptation to changing external environment, etc. However, these only are characteristics of a particular protein form of living nature that exists on Earth.

Therefore, I would suggest the following general definition of living nature.

Life is a structure participating in the emergence of a similar structure which cannot appear if an original structure has not existed.

Thus, the thesis - The meaning of life is in its very existence – is the main methodological principle of the study of living organisms.

Since a living structure is involved in the emergence of a similar structure, it should be inherently active, and the possibility of implementation of this activity reveals itself as freedom.

Therefore, freedom is an immanent property of living nature.

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