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Soltanzadeh A, Haghir S. Explaining the role of culture and function of data on human’s mind (With an epistemological approach based on Karl Popper's ideas). تعامل انسان و اطلاعات 2019; 6 (1)
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Background and Aim: The issues of the contemporary world are becoming more and more complex in the light of the ever-increasing growth of tools and technologies in various areas of nowadays. This complexity, as well as the quick and easy access to information that somehow is known as bombing information, has a great impact on human mind. These effects must be known in order to prevent its destructive factors. The problem of knowing that humanity faces throughout its life will enter into more complex phases during this period. The emergence of new and diverse authorities poses a major threat to awareness. The study aims to examine the issue of confrontation with truth based on Karl Raymond Popper's ideas in the field of epistemology and epistemology. The main question of this research is whether the human mind is better able to face and solve problems in today's world due to extensive communications and abundant data?
Methods: This research is qualitative. In terms of purpose, this research can be considered exploratory and exploratory at the same time. Theoretical foundations of research are based on Popper's thinking that beliefs and knowledge must be constantly tested. The hypothesis is that, in spite of all the possibilities available to mankind for access to information, human remains faced with fundamental mistakes in recognizing issues and making decisions.
Results: The results of the research show that, despite the free flow of information and easy access to data sources, people continue to suffer from making false decisions and giving wrong answers to the most fundamental issues.
Conclusion: In solving many issues, even with collective decisions at high decision-making levels, misconceptions are still being used, which will be a surprise to decision-makers after reassessing the high level of mistakes
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