Re: [Fis] TR: Principles of IS

2017-10-03 Thread Christophe Menant
..@ncf.ca> Envoyé : lundi 2 octobre 2017 08:28 À : fis@listas.unizar.es Objet : Re: [Fis] TR: Principles of IS Dear list, As Floridi points out in his Information. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010. A volume for the Very Short Introduction series. data is often taken to be inform

Re: [Fis] TR: Principles of IS

2017-10-03 Thread John Collier
Dear list, As Floridi points out in his Information. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010. A volume for the Very Short Introduction series. data is often taken to be information. If so, then the below distinction is somewhat arbitrary. It may be useful or not. I think that for some

Re: [Fis] TR: Principles of IS

2017-10-01 Thread Michel Godron
Le 30/09/2017 à 08:38, Christophe Menant a écrit : 1) The "increasing complexity from the Big Bang to us humans" and this increasing complexity is  local structuration founded on the functioning of non-isolated systems which use information as in Benard cells. Is it necessary to explain ? 2) 

Re: [Fis] TR: Principles of IS

2017-09-30 Thread Krassimir Markov
Dear Christophe and FIS Colleagues, I agree with idea of meaning. The only what I would to add is the next: There are two types of reflections: 1. Reflections without meaning called DATA; 2. Reflections with meaning called INFORMATION. Friendly greetings Krassimir