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The 1st target is to supply well-articulated recommendations through pondering via simple phenomena of ultra-modern global, targeting privateness and the electronic, to explain who we're within the cyberworld - consequently a phenomenology of electronic whoness. the second one target is to have interaction seriously, hermeneutically with older and present literature on privateness, together with in present day rising cyberworld. Phenomenological effects comprise suggestions of i) self-identity via interaction with the area, ii) own privateness in contradistinction to the privateness of non-public estate, iii) the cyberworld as a synthetic, electronic size with the intention to talk about iv) what freedom within the cyberworld can suggest, while no longer neglecting v) intercultural points and vi) the ecu context.
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G. your personal closeness and accessibility to someone has to do only contingently with physical closeness and accessibility. Your personal closeness to someone depends on how openly you show yourself to them, how many facets of yourself you reveal, and vice versa. Living in Darmstadt, say, you can have an intimate relationship with someone in Sydney, to whom you are closer than almost anyone whom you know in Europe (important when considering the technologically enabled cyberworld; cf. Chap. 3).
E. of ethos, and thus ethically. The task of ethics, first and foremost, is the phenomenological endeavour of learning to see the socio-ontological structures within which we human beings live. Only when we are able to see the issues clearly are we in a position to assess also which practices and customs are to be valued and which are to be kept out of a cultural way of life. Such assessment, of course, amounts to carrying on a controversy to which ethicists can contribute by shedding light. 15 A phenomenological socio-ontological approach also goes against the grain of what is expected of ethicists when confronted in the present context with issues related to digital technologies.
To move as capital, value has to strip off its monetary form and risk a movement through the circuit of capital in which it assumes other value-forms before returning as the principal advanced plus profit (which could turn out to be negative). Capitalism is an historical form of economic life that moves by virtue of an ongoing, constantly fluctuating, estimating interplay among people and things. The economic competition for income by deploying income-sources is the play of a capitalist economy itself which I therefore call the gainful game.