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Volume 44, 2018IV International Scientific Conference “The Convergence of Digital and Physical Worlds: Technological, Economic and Social Challenges” (CC-TESC2018)
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|Published online||05 June 2018|
Esse homo or еsse kiborg: Anthropologic perspective in the information technology world
1 Saint Petersburg State University, the Institute of Philosophy, 199034 Universitetskaya Naberezhnaya 7/9, Russian Federation
2 Emperor Alexander the 1st Saint Petersubrg State Transport University, Economics and Management Department, 190031 Moskovsky pr. 9, Russian Federation
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The article traces a transition from non-classical understanding of the digital world as reality created by people to develop tools for resolution of theoretical and practical tasks to postnonclassical awareness of information space as distant from people. It has been shown that the digital reality arising out of the subjective world of people and increasingly acquires independent and self-sustaining existence. The information revolution expands the artificial world as interactive and makes actual a new type of interaction of a human being with the world, with himself or herself and other people. Interpersonal communication acquires a digital nature and loses direct connection with certain people dealing with a great number of technical gate-keepers. A man begins to form a template, fragmentary mind-set, which blunts the criticality and reflectivity in perceiving the world. All this makes the education a priority in the development of society, clearly defines its targets related to the formation and development of human potential for each subject of education.
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