The adjective “intracognispheral” indicates that a process takes place exclusively within the cognisphere, or that a phenomenon or an object is located exclusively within the cognisphere.

Something that is “intracognispheral” is therefore intraspheral in relation to the congnisphere. At the same time, it is extraspheral with regard to the infosphere and the entisphere.

The adjective “intracognispheral” is a subordinate term of the adjective intraspheral. Further subterms of the adjective intraspheral are “intrainfospheral”, “intradigispheral”, “intraanalogospheral” and “intraentispheral”.

The adjective “intracognispheral” – like the underlying term “congnisphere” – is a neologism that has been newly formed for the nomenclature of the “Digital Era Framework”. In the “Digital Era Framework”, four spheres are differentiated in order to characterize the changes resulting from digital change, digitization and digital transformation. In addition, the “Digital Era Framework” serves as a reference framework for describing the structures of a digital world in the digital age.

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The definition given above was proposed as part of the Digital Era Framework by Dr. Dr. Jörn Lengsfeld. The text was first published in: Jörn Lengsfeld: Digital Era Framework. Please refer to the original publication if you want to cite the text.