Vol. 9 No. 18 (2019): Narrating Science: Risks and Opportunities in the Information Society
Monographic Section

Scienza e società: sinergie e criticità nell’era digitale

Michela Luzi
Università Niccolò Cusano Roma
Marino D'Amore
Università Niccolò Cusano Roma
Published May 18, 2020
Keywords
  • diffusionist model,
  • ethics of science,
  • digital divide
How to Cite
Luzi, M., & D’Amore, M. (2020). Scienza e società: sinergie e criticità nell’era digitale. Cambio. Rivista Sulle Trasformazioni Sociali, 9(18), 9-18. https://doi.org/10.13128/cambio-7466

Abstract

In the historical season of communicative and existential immateriality, man must necessarily abandon his solipsistic immobility to embrace collaborative sharing. A new condition that completely changes anthropic sociality, makes it strongly participatory, both at a structural level and at a purely emotional level. Science acts as a catalyst and contextualizing spark for this process, through its different forms, acting as a unifying element between tradition and innovation. Internet, in this sex, acts as a communicative tool of this union, neutralizing the spatial and temporal dimension, systematically updating processes of socialization and collaboration that provide a representation of reality, both scientific and social, sometimes congruent and true, others deeply sweetened and fictitious. In the first case, this simulacrum of the real as such is useful and aimed at the establishment and increase of a collective intelligence that uses different contributions and hetero-directed, in the second, however, delivers a false vision, factious, functional to other purposes that relate to the persuasion fidelizing, betraying, in fact, the very essence of the scientific mission.

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