La ética de la información y la infoesfera

Morán Reyes, Ariel Antonio La ética de la información y la infoesfera. Escritos, 2013, vol. 21, n. 46. [Journal article (Unpaginated)]

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English abstract

This paper examines the cultural issues and assumptions regarding the adoption of technologies and the ethical principles applied to them. Some practical and ethical issues that have arisen from the use of such technology are discussed in this paper. It also develops the concept infosphere as an immaterial world, within the frame of informational ethics, where informational entities coexist and interact. For philosophy of information the most fundamental element of the infosphere is information. The infosphere is comparable to the whole being.

Spanish abstract

Este artículo examina las cuestiones culturales y los supuestos relacionados con la adopción de las tecnologías, al igual que los principios éticos aplicados a ellas. Se analizan cuestiones prácticas y problemas éticos que han surgido por el uso de la tecnología. Además, se desarrolla el concepto de infoesfera como un mundo inmaterial, en el marco de una ética informacional donde coexisten e interactúan las entidades informacionales. Para la filosofía de la información, el elemento fundamental de la infoesfera es la información. La infoesfera es equiparable a la totalidad del ser.

Portuguese abstract

Este artigo examina as questões culturais e as hipóteses relacionadas com a adoção das tecnologias, bem como os princípios éticos aplicados a elas. São analisadas questões práticas e problemas éticos que surgiram pelo uso da tecnologia. Ademais, é desenvolvido o conceito de infosfera como um mundo imaterial, no marco de uma ética informativa, onde coexistem e interagem as entidades informativas. Para a filosofia da informação, o elemento fundamental da infosfera é a informação. A infosfera é equiparável à totalidade do ser.

Item type: Journal article (Unpaginated)
Keywords: Information ethics, Information society, Infosphere, Information and Communication Technology, Philosophy of information, Ética de la Información, Tecnología de la Comunicación, Filosofía de la información, Sociedad de la información
Subjects: A. Theoretical and general aspects of libraries and information.
Depositing user: M.A. Ariel Morán
Date deposited: 10 Dec 2013 17:29
Last modified: 02 Oct 2014 12:29
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10760/20903

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