How our I “Woven” into Networks of Social Space
Review of the monograph: Artemenko А. (2013) “Topology of I in Network Structures of Society”
Keywords:topology, identity, social philosophy, network
The given article presents a review of Andriy Artemenko’s book “Topology of I in Network Structures of Society”. The networks are seen as something obvious today. They produce special social logic and determine identity. A. Artemenko in aspect of identity investigates basic (such as dependence of identity on the environment, social roles, and status) and extremely topical (such as changing the nature of the understanding an identity) issues. His ideas are analyzed in the present article.
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