Metaphysics of power and current geopolitics in social and cultural contexts
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- power, elite, social masses, Big Data world, network and pyramidal architecture of society, the value model of globalization
The article explores the phenomenon of power which covers a metaphysical aspect of human existence. It refers to the insufficiency of human being, to its imperfection and insecurity. The above-mentioned makes subjectivity and objectivity of power possible. The very possibility of domination is created by elements of human being that are a subject to destruction. In free social interaction, criminals have a certain advantage when struggling for power. Therefore, social systems have special mechanisms of non-random selection, generating the governing elite, which cannot exist in free social interaction. A specific feature of the newest management system, which is still being developed and exists only in the form of an imperfect prototype, is its networking cybernetic nature. The objects of domination are not just individual subjects but the social mass as a whole, each representative is cyber-coded and undergoes continuous control simultaneously over a multitude of parameters. This architecture does not require vertical measurement since control is carried out in a networked manner at the location of the subject of social interaction, which is in fact the inner side of individual existence.
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TY - CONF AU - Dmitry Garbuzov AU - Sergej Ramazanov AU - Nikolay Nikolaev AU - Andrey Makarov AU - Nina Kalashnikova PY - 2019/07 DA - 2019/07 TI - Metaphysics of power and current geopolitics in social and cultural contexts BT - Proceedings of the 1st International Scientific Practical Conference "The Individual and Society in the Modern Geopolitical Environment" (ISMGE 2019) PB - Atlantis Press SP - 207 EP - 213 SN - 2352-5398 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/ismge-19.2019.40 DO - 10.2991/ismge-19.2019.40 ID - Garbuzov2019/07 ER -