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    Information Ethics as Information Ecology: Connecting Frankl’s Thought and Fundamental Informatics. [REVIEW]Tadashi Takenouchi - 2006 - Ethics and Information Technology 8 (4):187-193.
    To overcome “digital reductionism,” a new kind of mechanical view on human beings, fundamental informatics provides some critical viewpoints. It regards information as “meaning” generated in living things which do not exist alone but are parts of ecological system. On the other hand, V. E. Frankl proposed two dimensions of humans: homo sapiens and homo patiens. The latter is the essential aspect of humans whose essence is “compassion,” while the former is the nature like a mechanical machine. As features of (...)
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