The worldview of social cognitive dynamics in the 21st century corresponds little to the linear perspectives that developed in many cultural areas from the Industrial Revolution into late modern times.
This contribution discusses whether the technical extension of the human sense organs in form of digitally augmented perception enables differentiation between somatic and virtual perceptual spaces. And whether a social entropy is to be understood as the interaction of reciprocal perceptual spaces, respectively the pre-condition to develop social resonance. Further, if heterarchical organized groups, group cohesion, and team spirit can be seen as an analogy to neurological information integration. Then the entity of a group can be seen as a group consciousness similar to the human psyche.