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Introduction. Man has always sought to know the structure of the universe, the laws of the development of what it contains, and phenomena.In the process of cognition, there are three cases when a person suddenly, by chance, information is needed to make a quick decision in a limited environment, making his own decision "in advance", "exactly as it is necessary to do". One such case we call intuition.Intuition is a complex phenomenon of cognition, a specific way of generating real knowledge. A long period in science came when the mechanism of intuitive cognition was not known.For this reason, every kind of views, concessions, theories about intuition appeared. In the process of cognition, emotional and psychological phenomena play an important role.Emotional processes, such as intuition, perception, memory, contemplation, fantasy in the manifestation of the inner, sub-experience of a person, are components of the inner world of an individual, that is, all these phenomena that are studied as sub-spiritual phenomena. Emotional cognition processes: intuition, perception, imagination, memory, contemplation, covers fantasy and others.Emotional will processes: motivation, motivation, needs, aspirations, decision-making, etc. 3. Emotional-mental processes: emotions, emotions, mood, emotional tone, stress, anxiety. Mental states include the appearance of certain qualities of mental processes. For example, from emotional processes, mood as a state of mind, mental characteristics include abilities, etc. In general, this phenomenon and the situation are related to the subject, and in it we will consider a synergistic analysis. Materials and methods.Intuition, the process of intuitive cognition, is a state that reflects the presence of completeness in the form of light. At the moment, he provides holistic knowledge about intuition - Nature, society and the whole of olam. He achieves this by studying the mutual dialectical relationship between things and phenomena. Results and discussions. Intuition is one of the most important concepts of the development of philosophy and science and is in dialectical connection with thinking, including rational and irrational thinking, creativity, in particular with such concepts as "artistic and scientific creativity", "intelligence", "memory", "imagination", "attention", "foresight", "consciousness", "unconscious", "subconscious sphere" and "instinct". A comprehensive analysis of the content and essence of these concepts, the study of scientific, philosophical and intuitive thinking styles on a scientific basis allow us to open new facets of the development of science. Therefore, an in-depth study of this issue has a special scientific significance. "Creativity", "scientific creativity" and "intuition" are interrelated concepts that have interested philosophers since time immemorial. Conclusion. Intuition, intuitive cognition, intuitive thinking is a complex, multifaceted and holistic cognitive process that is directly related to the human psyche, and not only with his emotional and mental abilities to cognition.

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