Hello friends from Social Media Philosophy, I would like to share with you this mini-article:
Ciberspace is here and now
What if the world were an open realm, permitting everyone to discuss what they wanted to discuss, do what they wanted to do, and not be persecuted or demonized? Oh wait… that’s libertarianism, and it already exists… in theory. Why not pursue it? It’s something I shant ever understand.
This is just greeting.
I have just begun to study what is going on here, and would like to search for the way to utilize Social Media for maturity of society.
There are some Japanese scholars and practitioners of Social Media, but searching for new horizon.
The new Discipline of the Philosophy of Networks
1. The Epistemology of Networks
1.1 Network Perception: Lock and Berkely
1.2 Network Thinking: Kant and Hegel
1.3 Network Intuition: Bergson and Husserl
1.4 Network methodology: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0691148902/ref=as_li_tf_il?ie=UTF8&tag=michaniels-20&linkCode=as2&camp=217145&creative=399373&creativeASIN=0691148902
2. The Ontology of Networks: Heideger
2.1 Network Thermodynamics
2.2 Network Electrodynamics: Helbing
2.3 Network Quantumdynamics: Penrose
3. Network Linguistics
4. Network Ethic: Levinas
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