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Proceedings of ISIS Summit Vienna 2015—The Information Society at the Crossroads
No bits were destroyed in the making of this paper. This statement is a lie. This paper explores the nature of information by bringing together two questions posed by Luciano Floridi in his 'Open problems' paper . Firstly: P.4: DGP, the data-grounding problem: How can data acquire their meaning? (and the later question Can PI [Philosophy of Information] explain how the mind conceptualises reality?) and P.11: The MIB (mind-information-body) problem: Can an informational approach solve thedoi:10.3390/isis-summit-vienna-2015-s1004 fatcat:q3phpwnfenhmretsumq6sa72om