Understanding Information Systems
This is an attempt to use Dooyeweerdian philosophy to create frameworks for understanding information systems, the whole story of information systems:
- using information technology artefacts and systems
- the nature of computers and information
- developing IS for use in human living
- shaping the technological building blocks for developers
- the information society.
The pages are being created as interim versions of chapters of a book I am writing, and will be added as the become available.
See also Possible Contributions of Dooyeweerd's Philosophy in these five areas (a table of possibilities). It explains the five areas and how Dooyeweerd can contribute.
This page is part of an attempt to forge a framework to understand information systems using Herman Dooyeweerd's ideas, within The Dooyeweerd Pages, which explain, explore and discuss Dooyeweerd's interesting philosophy. Email questions or comments would be welcome.
Written on the Amiga and Protext.
Compiled by (c) 2006 Andrew Basden. But you may use this material subject to conditions.
Created: 8 April 2006
Last updated: 14 June 2017 Poss Contribs.