Informatics, Freedom and Subculture


  • László Molnár Márfai University of West Hungary


informatics, space-time, subculture, motorcycle, free beauty


Certain contemporary considerations strengthen this as well, when we can read about among others the fact that we obtain modern identity through a kind of an inner made sacral central point placed in the subjective, that is to say the outer, mythical sacrality in modernity places itself in the particular subjective.  Although the term critical has served to mark the boundaries of modern science, the scientific and technical successes of the decades which followed his work made a lot of people forget about the boundary and limit likeness of sciences and modern knowledge as Kant had shown it with the aim to mark out on what base modern science can be imagined.


Author Biography

László Molnár Márfai, University of West Hungary

Institute of Applied Arts


Roszak Theodore: The Cult of Information ( Pantheon Books: New York, 1986.) ix.

Castells, Manuel: The information Age. Economy, Society and Culture (Blackwell Publishing, 2000.)

Bakhtin, Mihail: Speech Genres and other late essays (University of Texas Press, 2004.)

Immanuel Kant: The Critique of Judgement SS 35. The principle of taste is the subjective principle of the general power of judgement. (Ttranslated by James Creed Meredith)




How to Cite

Márfai, L. M. (2013). Informatics, Freedom and Subculture. Asian Journal of Humanities and Social Studies, 1(5). Retrieved from