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Authors: Angela Lacerda Nobre 1 ; Rogério Duarte 2 and Marc Jacquinet 3

Affiliations: 1 Escola Superior de Ciências Empresariais and Instituto Politécnico de Setúbal, Portugal ; 2 Escola Superior de Tecnologia and Instituto Politécnico de Setúbal, Portugal ; 3 Universidade Aberta, Portugal

ISBN: 978-989-758-249-3

Keyword(s): Heidegger, Human-computer Interaction, Industry 4.0, Information Science, Techno-science, Hypermodernity, Post-industrial Society, Resilience, Collaborative Work and Learning, Social Tradition, Social Theory.

Related Ontology Subjects/Areas/Topics: Collaborative and Social Interaction ; Collaborative Computing ; Enterprise Information Systems ; Human-Computer Interaction ; Information Systems Analysis and Specification ; Organisational Learning ; Software Agents and Internet Computing

Abstract: Transition is the adequate term for characterising contemporary societies. Norms and values are in transit, led by a technological revolution, which is, in itself, the tip of the iceberg of millenary social and cultural changes. Heidegger, one of the leading philosophers of the twentieth century, captured this tension between social change and innovative technology and showed that the Western civilisation was captive of ontological instances whose role was already pin-pointed by Greek Antiquity philosophy but which went underground with Modernity. The product of Heidegger’s work was a revolution in Western thought, which found echoes across all areas of society. Taking Husserl’s call for “back to the things themselves”, Heidegger’s impact has empowered the calls for more sustainable and resilient societies. Sustainability models, with its three pillars of environmental, economic and social sustainability, are directly dependent upon the role of technology and of information science in shaping current patterns of production and consumption in contemporary societies. Industrial, academic and political discourses already voice such taken for granted assumptions. Nevertheless, it is crucial to clarify and to highlight the links between economic evolution and progress, social change and the catalysing role of technology, taken as an enabler of human action. (More)

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Lacerda Nobre, A.; Lacerda Nobre, A.; Duarte, R.; Jacquinet, M. and Jacquinet, M. (2017). Heidegger, Technology and Sustainability - Between Intentionality, Accountability and Empowerment.In Proceedings of the 19th International Conference on Enterprise Information Systems - Volume 3: ICEIS, ISBN 978-989-758-249-3, pages 186-190. DOI: 10.5220/0006372401860190

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booktitle={Proceedings of the 19th International Conference on Enterprise Information Systems - Volume 3: ICEIS,},
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JO - Proceedings of the 19th International Conference on Enterprise Information Systems - Volume 3: ICEIS,
TI - Heidegger, Technology and Sustainability - Between Intentionality, Accountability and Empowerment
SN - 978-989-758-249-3
AU - Lacerda Nobre, A.
AU - Lacerda Nobre, A.
AU - Duarte, R.
AU - Jacquinet, M.
AU - Jacquinet, M.
PY - 2017
SP - 186
EP - 190
DO - 10.5220/0006372401860190

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