- 日本社会情報学会全国大会研究発表論文集 日本社会情報学会 第24回全国大会
- pp.176-179, 2009 (Released:2010-02-26)
It is possible to suppose two main positions when we consider the information network of the Internet. On the one hand, there is a position where we give importance to the information itself and examine the network, forgetting the informations' barer. On the other hand, there is a position where which does not recognize the force of information itself and attaches importance to its bearer. Indeed, both positions hold the same supposition in common. They distinguish the information and its bearer and they diminish one of these two terms. In other words, they deal with problems by taking a monist position after they had already recognized a dualism. The problem is that they can argue only one term's importance, action and force. It is necessary to cope with both terms or to unite both terms after their distinction. After all, we understand the information network as a dynamic entity in which action and passion of information and its bearer (i.e. subject) continually change places.