Filozofia jako zbiór danych

Autorzy

Paweł Garbacz
Katolicki Uniwersytet Lubelski Jana Pawła II
https://orcid.org/0000-0003-4145-7528

Słowa kluczowe:

filozofia, dygitalizacja, ontologia, filozofia cyfrowa, formalizacja, inżynieria ontologii

Streszczenie

W wydanej w 2004 r. monografii poświęconej humanistyce cyfrowej A Companion To Digital Humanities rozdział dotyczący zastosowania technologii informatycznych w filozofii nosi tytuł „Rewolucja? Jaka rewolucja?” Sukcesy i ograniczenia technologii komputerowych w filozofii i religii. Pomimo pewnej prowokacji tytuł sugeruje istnienie jakichś sukcesów, lecz bardziej uważna lektura prowadzi do konkluzji, iż (przynajmniej w owym czasie) digitalizacja filozofii w zasadzie się nie powiodła. Wymienione tam „sukcesy” sprowadzają się bowiem do wykorzystania możliwości zastosowania tzw. hypertekstu do zapisania pewnych zasobów filozoficznych w postaci elektronicznej oraz do udostępnienia tych zasobów przez internet. Nawet na początku XXI w. tego rodzaju osiągnięcia nie były w istocie niczym innym niż porażką.

Celem rozważań, które wypełniają następujące rozdziały, jest sprawdzenie, w jakim stopniu owa diagnoza nadal odpowiada rzeczywistości, jeżeli uwzględnimy stan filozofii i informatyki kilkanaście lat później.

Biogram autora

Paweł Garbacz - Katolicki Uniwersytet Lubelski Jana Pawła II

Doktor habilitowany nauk humanistycznych, nauczyciel akademicki Wydziału Filozofii Katolickiego Uniwersytetu Lubelskiego Jana Pawła II.

Zajmuje się przede wszystkim ontologią filozoficzną, ontologią inżynieryjną, logiką oraz logicznymi i ontologicznymi podstawami informatyki. Jest autorem trzech książek naukowych, wielu artykułów naukowych, z których większość została opublikowana w czasopismach międzynarodowych.

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