Correlación entre lo racional y lo irracional como un aspecto de la transición de la información potencial a la información social real

  • Sergey V. Kuschenko Novosibirsk State Technical University
Palabras clave: información social, actualidad, potencialidad, modelo de transición, correlación de lo racional e irracional.

Resumen

El autor describe la correlación de lo racional e irracional en la conciencia pública como modelo de la transición de la información potencial a la información social real. Este modelo consta de los siguientes elementos: lo racional como predicado social y lo irracional como visibilidad (una unidad socio-semántica). El operador "metamorfosis" sirve como un medio de transición de los elementos del modelo a los fenómenos reales y viceversa. Otros elementos del modelo son el sujeto de la actividad social, así como las necesidades sociales y los invariantes sociales del sujeto. El sujeto y sus necesidades sociales sirven como fuente para revelar el origen de lo racional e irracional, mientras que los invariantes sociales sirven como un regulador de su correlación. El resultado de la prolífica encuesta sociológica realizada por el autor valida sus disposiciones teóricas y demuestra que tienen un significado social explícito.

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2019-09-30
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Sergey V. Kuschenko. (2019). Correlación entre lo racional y lo irracional como un aspecto de la transición de la información potencial a la información social real. Religación. Revista De Ciencias Sociales Y Humanidades, 4(19), 624-635. Recuperado a partir de http://revista.religacion.com/index.php/about/article/view/655