Global Digital Society and the Problems of Social Adaptation

In: Philosophical Aspects of Globalization: A Multidisciplinary Inquiry

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Abstract

This paper explores problems of social development in the modern global world, as determined by objective, subjective, economic, political, spiritual, and other factors. The scientific and technological development taking place in the modern world has radically changed the vector of civilizational development as a whole: new relations are emerging in society, leading to new paradigms. This paper provides an analysis of the social and philosophical significance of digitalization, including blogging and banking. The author argues that in these complex social phenomena, one should not look only for the positive; just like in any other large-scale changes, digitalization, blogging and electronic banking have certain disadvantages. The author raises for discussion their negative aspects and the dangers that lurk in them. The author also analyzes the significance and dependence between the development of industrial and humanitarian intellects, and the preservation of the techno-humanitarian balance, and concludes that the higher the potential for production technologies, the more perfect the means of influencing nature and the less aggressive the struggle for the survival of mankind. And this, according to the author, is the basis for maintaining the fragile balance of the anthropo-socio-techno-natural complex.

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