However, if we assume that the foreseeable human world in fact is a form of the existence of some other reason, it turns out that the person perceiving "irrational" nature, understands not what he thinks. What, then, must be a "natural" nature? After all, now it must be somewhere in the far reaches of the foreseeable human reality. And at the same time represent something qualitatively different from the world in which man lives. Yes, and it is not a product of nature, but a product of creativity that subject. But this leads us too far.