CFP: On-line Journal Philosophical Problems of IT and Cyberspace
Submission deadline: December 1, 2012
The major scientific sectors and themes suggested for the edition:
I. Fundamental problems of information and communication systems (philosophical aspect):
· Philosophy of mathematics and artificial intelligence.
· New logical means of intellectual systems.
· Intellect, brain activity and programs: informational models of consciousness.
· Programmer’s world view and the essence of programming: new philosophy or a socio-economic order.
· The problems of computability of language processes and artificial intelligence.
· Specificity of Internet communication.
· Information and time.
· Information and sense.
· Algorithmization of the processes of thought.
· New forms of character relations in the cyberspace.
· Base of Web-semiotics.
· The philosophy of science and technology of instantaneous access.
· Citation index and plagiarism: sad love story.
· Ontological dimension of sense in the cyberspace.
· Methods of sense formalization in Web-semantics.
· Cyber-reality and formalization of processes of cognition.
· he instruments of cognition of semiotic virtual reality.
· Resources of codification and sense formalization in the modern intellectual systems.
II. Freedom in the modern media-content:
· Technologies’ and humanities’ roles in the manipulating of consciousness in the cyberspace.
· Existential issues of cyber-subject.
· Religion, faith and cyberspace.
· Freedom of conscience and subconsciousness chaos.
· Digital world: freedom or addiction?
· Post-modernism in the technological dimension.
· Life on a flash-card: digital graves and right for oblivion.
· Philosophy and values of modern information culture.
· The problem of sacral in media-reality.
· Media consumption. Media subject. Communicant.
· Publicity as the overvalue.
· Interaction of social network services with social political institutions.
· Philosophy of informational society: new look on the role and the place of social relations regulators.
· New philosophy of the rights and freedom of creative works. Intellectual property in the cyberspace.
III. Network security of the information society:
· Image of “Matrix” in the everyday life.
· Revolution of machines (myth or reality). Cyber-eschatology.
· Cyber-aesthetics in modern subcultures (animation, cyberpunks, post-apocalypse).
· Image of cyber wars: hackers, cybersquaters, lummers, system administrators.
· Aggressive content: ethics, business, state management and social control system.
· State institutes and their network realization.
· Sects’ popularization in the network.
· The problem of delinquency on the Internet.
· Technological and humanist ways of struggle against network delinquency.
· Analysis of blogosphere’s “behavior”.
· Visual ecology.
· The phenomenon of media-violence.
Submissions may be in English and Russian. All submissions must be prepared for blind review. The author's name, the institutional affiliation and the title’s paper must be placed in a separate file. Papers must be sent as Microsoft Word file (.doc or .rtf) to: [email protected]
Instructions for authors:
40000 characters (including spaces) for articles (including the references) and reviews;
20000 characters (including spaces) for interviews;
10000 characters (including spaces) for specific paper review.
Address of the organizing editorial board
357532 PSLU, Room 505, Kalinina str, 9, Pyatigorsk, Stavropol Region
to Pavel Paryshnikov
E-mail: [email protected]
Tel.: : +7(928) 348-02-52.