Mythology Of Information-Digital Space Of Historical Reality Picture

Abstract

The proposed article considers the problem of determining the basis of mythologemization of information about the existence of socio-historical phenomena represented in digital space. History, reflected in the picture of socio-historical, unfolds as a form of expression of an information project, which determines the vision of a historical event in the parameters necessary for the subject. The formation of the information model of history in practice is accompanied by the leveling of objective and actualization of subjective components. Providing society with a historical tool for justifying one's own being is an objective factor in social reproduction, despite the fact that the filling of existential paradigms of social being with a certain content has an obvious subjective format. The question of human mastering the information space of history involves an appeal to its socio-cultural meanings. The information resource involved in the complex of organizing the content of the picture of socio-historical reality inevitably loses its own ontological independence and becomes part of the socio-cultural and epistemological system of organizing the subject. The interpretation of information sets the angles of perception of a historical phenomenon, its "visibility" and the level of mastery. The parameters of the historical model are due to the movement of information flows, the vector aspiration of which depends on the coordinates of the gnoseological system and the axiological imperatives of the cultural matrix of the subject.

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Doi

10.15405/epsbs.2021.12.03.10

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2357-1330