Philosophical and methodological landmarks of value and semantic informatization VS the "dictatorship" of digital information in the modern anthropological situation
The article issue is a reflection of the anthropological situation of the world, which is manifested in the problematic nature of a decent human existence and its responsibility for the course of events of both personal lives and communities. The development of modern strategies for the development of humanity today is associated with the informatization, which "has taken" the knowledge society initiative to be the leader of the progress. The systematization of knowledge and conceptualization of the problem highlighted the contradictory information influence on the existential capabilities of the person and explicated risk factors, ideological and methodological orientations of the anthropologization of the informational-existential situation. Axiological, dialogical, phenomenological approaches and world-view interpretation of familiar concepts of "information society", theoretical reconstruction, content analysis and certain cognitive procedures became the basis for defining certain constructs and receptions: the direction of goals, content, organizational and managerial conditions of informatization to the cultural and spiritual growth, where information becomes "the supreme power that mediates all processes – from economy to spirit"; axiologicalization of the convergent space collision of the information, in particular virtual, world and the real one; taking into account the informatization of significant changes in the world outlook of the person, presenting philosophical reflection (post-metaphysical thinking, linguistic turn, refusal to recognize the superiority of theory over practice, concretization of mind); "humanization" of informatization, as a system-creating process of life, through a discursive, dialogical multicultural virtual world, approaching the cultural and educational space.
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