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Technological Society and Its Socio-Anthropological Foundations

Student: Dina Khaknazarova

Supervisor: Anastasia V. Ugleva

Faculty: Faculty of Humanities

Educational Programme: Philosophy (Bachelor)

Final Grade: 8

Year of Graduation: 2021

In the era of post-industrial society, the interference of technology and technology in human life is so great that it leads to systemic changes not only in society, but also in the consciousness of the individual himself. In connection with these inevitable fundamental changes, it is important to determine the system, to reveal the mechanisms of suppression of the personal principle in the modern technological-digital era by implementing control, manipulation and other influence on human consciousness using special technologies, or as a by-product of their implementation. Due to these circumstances, the aim of the work is to recreate the image of a person in the technological era, describing how and why the “human” undergoes changes with the development of technology? And since we live not just in the era of high technologies, but now also in the digital era, how and why does a person gradually turn into a “digital” himself? What is behind this, how is the technologization and digitalization of a person happening?

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