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La conscience augmentée : perception et conscience numériques

Abstract : Proteiform and dematerialized, the digital virtual object never stops interacting with our senses and our consciousness in a relationship that is also plural. Whether it is an object of perception by the senses (in virtual reality, for example), or social (in the intentional interactions it contains), consciousness maintains a relationship with the virtual object that oscillates between enriched perception and illusion. The virtual object serves indeed, at the same time, of improved reading of the world tending towards a better comprehension of what surrounds the perceiving consciousness and of denaturation of the real in favor of illusory false pretenses which on the contrary move the consciousness away from the reality . Consciousness is thus torn between two opposing phenomena and must, in this configuration, seek a way to identify the virtual object beyond the illusion that it generates or intentional readings it proposes. The digital virtual object then generates complex relationships from consciousness to reality, both in the aspects of individual and cognitive consciousness and in consciousness immersed in society, to the point of being able to cause a phenomenon of digital servitude.
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Dominique Poitevin. La conscience augmentée : perception et conscience numériques. Philosophie. Université Rennes 1, 2020. Français. ⟨NNT : 2020REN1S074⟩. ⟨tel-03217899⟩

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