Information flows in the processes of social and political changes in considerations of philosophers & thinkers throughout history
 
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Uniwersytet Warszawski Wydział Dziennikarstwa, Informacji i Bibliologii
Publish date: 2018-01-27
 
JoMS 2017;35(4):119–132
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Purpose: The goal of this paper is to discuss and analyze works of selected philosophers and scholars from the perspective of information flows. Method: To achieve the goal the author has chosen a few philosophers and scholars, whose works touched upon the problems of information flows and relations between actors in various types of entities (e.g. army, society, state, bureaucracy, person). The author highlighted most important elements in these works and how they relate to the problem of information flows. Results: It is evident that even ancient philosophers discussed information flows when thinking about various change and transformation processes. it is also clear that tools and techniques used to explore information flows, change and transformation evolved over time. Discussion: This paper is an analysis of select philosophers and scholars from the perspective of modern concepts such as information flows, change and transformation. Based on this introductory analysis the conclusion is that some interesting and forgotten knowledge can be discovered, which is worth further exploration in future research.
 
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