UDC 130.2:62

SOCIAL PERCEPTION OF TECHNOLOGY IN CONTEMPORARY AMERICAN PHILOSOPHY OF TECHNOLOGY

Dedyulina Marina Anatolevna
Southern Federal University
PhD in Philosophy Science Associate professor of the Department of Philosophy

Abstract
Social perception of new technologies is ambivalent. In the works of American philosopher of technology D.Ihde and A. Borgmann is a high-tech building on the postfenomenologičeskij approach. So, D. Ihde believes that technology is not an object, i.e., artifact, and this mediation between the subject and the outside world-and tool. In his research, it creates a new paradigm for learning technologies, drawing on the phenomenology of technology. In contrast to those who has a positive attitude towards the development of new technologies, A. Borgmann tries to create a paradigm theory of 'device'. In this theory he manages to prove both the technological novelties alienates us from the world of nature.

Keywords: artifacts, high technology, phenomenology technology paradigm, technology, technology intermediaries


Category: Philosophy

Article reference:
Social perception of technology in contemporary American philosophy of technology // Humanities scientific researches. 2015. № 4. P. 3 [Electronic journal]. URL: http://human.snauka.ru/en/2015/04/10399

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