When was the last time you left feeling like you were done with something – after leaving your smartphone away?
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abundance of The philosopher claims that in today’s society, opportunities and blurred boundaries make people lose the ability to quit smoking Byung-chul han. Thus life becomes an endless process of expansion. One of the areas highlighted by the Swiss/German philosopher in his book: The disappearance of rituals: a topology of the present (2020) is the increasing digitization.
Most people today have access to a smartphone. I have personally experienced how addictive such a digital device is. There is always an expectation that the next post with information will override the previous one, which it doesn’t. This unit has gained a permanent place in most places, both privately and in professional life.
What makes it stable Having digital media with attention directed towards others?
Byung-chul claims that information creates an eternal accumulation. Information alone only multiplies endlessly. The information contradicts the narration and the narration. A story has a beginning and an end, and thus can be rooted in meaning and identity.
If this is how he claims, this information is unlimited, then it will be easier to see why it is difficult to leave a smartphone.
my experience is The silence in the presence of a person looking at their mobile phone is fundamentally different from the silence of a person present attentively. Digital silence excludes outside attention and conversation. A barrier is created to make the connection.
Narration is a story that has a beginning, content and end. People’s lives are made up of different stories. Stories are made up of words rooted in meaning.
French philosopher Michel Foucault writes in the book “arrange things” On how the meaning of language changed in antiquity. The task of knowledge is no longer to find ancient meaning, but to invent an arithmetic language through analysis and addition.
information is one A form of language computation. The smartphone uses addictive algorithms. In conversations between people, meaning and content are important components. Sometimes the meaning is fleeting – and it appears unexpectedly.
Why do we humans today voluntarily choose to connect with a smartphone, or is the smartphone connected to us?
The smartphone has become an essential. There are some benefits to being available. There are also times and places where the smartphone does not communicate with people, but, on the contrary, creates distance. This perspective is particularly important when communication is the very tool in professional practice, as in mental health care.
The smartphone has It also gained a place in this context. It has replaced the newspaper, which is a printed medium. The newspaper is a concluding unit on the first and last page. The printed medium differs from the digital one because the digital information is endless. There is always next news and new information constantly.
Is silence unpleasant, should all periods of time at all times be filled with eternal kinds of information?
A mindful relationship with smartphone use is something to consider. The flow of information is endless. Information emerges in the context of enlightenment because the information is then associated with a predetermined state in society. This information serves a common and socially useful purpose.
in mental health care Communication is the primary tool. Quiet noise from a smartphone, as I see it, does not facilitate communication between people. A barrier is created towards the outside world that makes human contact difficult.
There is an aspect of loneliness in the endless amount of information from a smartphone. For the story to pass from one person to another, the attention of both parties must be present. The constant presence of digital devices requires making choices. If not, the boundaries become blurred, as the philosopher describes them: they fade.
in our abundance Chances are it’s easy to overlook the importance of quitting smoking. When was the last time you left feeling quit – after leaving your smartphone away?
The publication was first published in the journal Dagens Medisin.