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If the subject correctly understood the object, right conceptually it reflected in his mind, then his ideas about the movement of the object coincide with the real motion of the object. If the subject does not correctly reflect the substance of the object, the movement of the latter will diverge with the views of the subject. In turn, this means that the subject can not act against the object. Not understanding the essence, the nature of the movement of the object, the subject can not build their actions. For example, if I can't decide against moving object whether it is alive or not alive, then of course I can't determine the nature of their actions in relation to this object.This indefinite condition is very unpleasant for a person because it does not allow him to act. The human desire in any case was to conceptually define the object is the reflection of nature and a desire for self-determination and self-preservation itself as an independent system. But the reflection has to be right adequate, for it is only in this case, a person can successfully build its trajectory relative to the object. However, realizing that his concept is always possibly true, conceptual and hypothetical, he always seeks to test his concept of truth, but to check, as I said, only comparing it with the movement of the object.My concept can only be possibly true, but the movements of the object are always true because they exist and are objective reality.We came to an understanding of the nature of the question as an expression of the transition from possibly true to true knowledge. Every act of movement of the subject is the question to the object "and whether I understand you?", "and is it true my conceptual view about you (the object) as a whole and about individual acts of your movement?". But a question to the object the concept of the subject becomes only when it takes the form of a specific visible object motion. While the subject did not find his concept, it is a question, so to speak, hidden from sight. Only when the concept takes a specific form of expression, it becomes an open form of question to the object. So the question is a form of expression of the specific condition of the process of cognition, namely, the stage of the conceptual-hypothetical knowledge, manifested in a specific act of the movement of the subject relative to the object.
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