Article name Categories of Space and Time in Solving the Problems of the Future of Mining
Authors Arens V.Z. Doctor of Technical Sciences, Professor,
Bibliographic description Ahrens V. J. The Categories of Space and Time in Solving the Problems of the Future of Mining // Transbaikal State University Journal. 2024. Vol. 30, no. 1. P. 192–201. DOI: 10.2109/2227-9245-2024-30-1- 192-201.
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DOI 32,622,101.3,101.8
DOI 10.2109/2227-9245-2024-30-1-192-201
Article type Review article
Annotation Solving the problems of the future of mining is associated with new events, conditions, and challenges that must be taken into account when designing the future life of society. The object of the research is mining. The purpose of the study is to provide integrated directions for the development of the future of mining related to the content of the subject of Earth Science, robotization of human labor, environmental protection and research on the formation of new mineral deposits. The objectives of the research are based on scientific knowledge about mining, and using philosophical reflections (laws of the development of the world, society and mining, moral categories and values of mining engineers) and debatable issues of political science (political processes and phenomena), to answer a number of pressing questions related to the future of mining Methodology and the research methods are based on a normative- value, systemic, comparative and interdisciplinary integrated approach (mining, philosophy, political science), which allows the author to comprehensively explore ways to solve the problems of the future of mining. The work has also been carried out on the basis of general scientific principles of objectivity, consistency with the use of general scientific and private scientific research methods: analysis, synthesis, generalization, induction and deduction. Research results are as follows: it is necessary to develop a concept for the mining development in the coming years; increased attention is required to the organization of science and education, since the mining strategy is largely the basis for the development and existence of our country and its security; mining science should offer new revolutionary technologies for exploration, extraction and processing of mineral raw materials; increase the pace of development of branch mining sciences; effective and updated training of mining engineers with a large amount of information, knowledge, skills and analytical skills when making decisions in controversial and crisis situations; a reasonable concept of human behavior in modern conditions; conducting research on the formation of new mineral deposits.
Key words space, time, the future of mining, Earth sciences, robotization, formation of new mineral deposits, mineral raw materials, mining development concept, mining waste, scientific and industrial potential
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