نوع مقاله : مقاله پژوهشی

نویسنده

دکترای اقتصاد و مدیریت، گروه اقتصاد اطلاعات، دانشکده اقتصاد، دانشگاه فدرال جنوبی ، روستوف-نا-دنو ، فدراسیون روسیه.

چکیده

در سال‌های اخیر، پیامدهای عصر اطلاعات بر جوامع دینی موردتوجه محافل علمی قرارگرفته است. هدف این تحقیق، بررسی چارچوب نظری این پیامدها به‌عنوان ابزاری برای درک عصر اطلاعات و تجلی تغییرات فرهنگی عصر دیجیتال بر احیای تمدن اسلامی است. تغییراتی که در ارتباط با تحولات نوین در جوامع کنونی رخ‌داده است، در چارچوب فلسفه اطلاعات مطرح شده توسط لوچیانو فلوریدی موردمطالعه قرارگرفته است. در این نوشتار کم‌رنگ شدن تمایز بین جهان واقعی و مجازی، طبیعت و اینترنت اشیاء و ارتباط آن‌ها بافرهنگ معنوی و همچنین فرهنگ اجتماعی در بستر فناوری موردبحث است. (مسئله)؛ این مقاله از طریق مرور ادبیات تحقیق با روش توصیفی - تحلیلی به توسعه و ارائه مدل فرهنگی برای احیای تمدن اسلامی پرداخته است. (روش)؛ پدیده‌های جدیدی مانند شخصی‌سازی و هوشمندسازی محیط پیرامون، به‌عنوان روندهای برجسته بر جنبه‌های فرهنگی نمایان می‌گردد. یافته‌ها نشان داد، روندهایی که جنبه‌های معنوی-اجتماعی فرهنگ را در جامعه دیجیتال تشکیل می‌دهند عبارت‌اند از فردی‌سازی و شفاف‌سازی که اثر ژرف بر احیای تمدن دینی دارد. به این معنا که فرهنگ معنوی در کنار فرهنگ اجتماعی از «خود نسبی» حمایت می‌کند و این امر موجب تکامل فرهنگی اجتماعی انسان از طریق کسب دستاوردهای فرهنگی سایر جوامع در بستر فناوری اطلاعات می‌گردد. (یافته‌ها)

کلیدواژه‌ها

موضوعات

عنوان مقاله [English]

Investigating the Impact of the Information Age on the Revival of Islamic Civilization

نویسنده [English]

  • Seyed Mahdi Soheili Moghadam

PhD in Economics and Management, Department of Information Economics, Faculty of Economics, Southern Federal University, Rostov-on-Don, Russian Federation.

چکیده [English]

In recent years, the consequences of the information age on religious communities have been considered in scientific circles. The purpose of this study is to investigate the theoretical framework of these consequences as a tool to understand the information age and the manifestation of cultural changes in the digital age on the revival of Islamic civilization. The changes that have taken place in connection with the new developments in today's societies have been studied in the context of the philosophy of information proposed by Luciano Floridi. In this paper, the blurring of the distinction between the real and virtual worlds, nature and the Internet of Things and their relationship to spiritual culture as well as social culture in the context of technology is discussed. (issue); This paper has developed and presented a cultural model for the revival of Islamic civilization by reviewing the research literature with a descriptive-analytical method. (Method); New phenomena such as personalization and smartening of the environment are emerging as prominent trends in cultural aspects. The findings showed that the trends that form the spiritual-social aspects of culture in the digital society are individualization and transparency that have a profound effect on the revival of religious civilization. In other words, spiritual culture along with social culture supports "relative self" and this leads to the development of human socio-cultural development through the acquisition of cultural achievements of other societies in the context of information technology. (findings)

کلیدواژه‌ها [English]

  • Religious Civilization
  • new Islamic civilization
  • Digital community
  • Spiritual Culture
  • Digital Culture
  • Social Networks
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