One way to describe the era we live in is to refer to the unique and central importance of knowledge and the enlightenment process that it has gained in this age. Based on this importance, there is a strong social consensus that the age we live in and the aftermath of this era is / will be the information age of the 21st century, where we think we can see almost every moment if we get taller. This consensus is largely based on the effect of developing communication technologies, the mechanical and serial mass production of information and the speed of its circulation on the social structure. Obviously, the ability to produce, reproduce and disseminate information mechanically has led to fundamental changes in social relations. More of this influence has been on the nature of knowledge itself in deeper dimensions.