2023, Volume 19
Methodology of complementary research as the basis for integrating science in fulfilling its social mission in the future
Roman Maciej Kalina1
1EKO-AGRO-FITNESS Prof. Roman M. Kalina, Piwniczna-Zdrój, Poland
Author for correspondence: Roman Maciej Kalina; EKO-AGRO-FITNESS Prof. Roman M. Kalina, Piwniczna-Zdrój, Poland; email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Perhaps the most visible evidence of the crisis of science on a global scale is the COVID-19 pandemic and Russia’s aggression against Ukraine, which began on February 24, 2022. The purpose of this scientific essay are the main premises and assumptions for creating the basis for the methodology of complementary research. Perhaps the most convincing rationale for the necessity of taking the trouble to create a such methodology is Kotarbiński’s ‘Is it not enough to state ...that variety admits conformity, and what is more, it only opens up the possibilities of infinite richness'. The acronym INNOAGON was created by combining the first 4 letters each of the two words that make up the name of the new science ‘innovative agonology’, which basic and also most general method is the complementary approach. Fulfilling the social mission of science through the applications of INNOAGON's detailed methods and means involves accepting four closely related assumptions.
Key words: COVID-19, INNOAGON, praxeology, struggle