L. Yu. Grudtsyna, doctor of jurisprudence, professor
Financial University under the Government of the Russian Federation
4, 4th Veshnyakovskiy proezd, Moscow, 109456, Russia
A. V. Lagutkin, doctor of jurisprudence
Plekhanov Russian Economic University
36, Stremyanny pereulok, Moscow, 117997, Russia
In article an attempt to define a place and information role in a difficult legal mechanism of formation and development of institutes of civil society taking into account application to this problem of cybernetic approach is made. In the system of civil society consisting of a set of elements interacting with each other (certain people, their organizations, communities), changing and supplementing each other, the perception, processing and information transfer is that basis which forms their behavior on near and far prospect. In other words, correctly picked up information — is the concrete administrative model applicable to the individual (or social group) taking into account specific conditions and circumstances. The right as information component also is, in the broadest sense, administrative model in which by means of certain information (scientific and legal, the current legislation, comments to the legislation, speeches of politicians, jurisprudence, etc.) the behavioural program of society, civil society depending on circumstances is corrected. At first the relations in society have to arise and be created, and then come a phase of their regulation by the law. The dual social and legal nature of a phenomenon of civil society in Russia consists that, on the one hand, it grows not “from below”, and is formed “from above”, at will of the state having opportunity to operate development of civil society by means of information, perceived by its institutes, on the other hand, civil society represents the difficult open social system which development qualitatively depends on development of elements making it. Dialectic possibility of such development is provided by information which elements of system exchange and which completely can’t be controlled by the state.
Keywords: civil society, information, social system, cybernetics, management, state, fluctuation, human rights, social environment, self-organization, ideology, energy, safety.