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A Research Proposal: “Learning Processes And Disciplinary Overflows”

Lidia Nazzaro, Antonella Colonna Vilasi, Vania Coppolino, Giovanni Di Martino, Maurizio Recca and Lucia Sorrentino
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Lidia Nazzaro: Pegaso Online University, Italy
Antonella Colonna Vilasi: Pegaso Online University, Italy
Vania Coppolino: Pegaso Online University, Italy
Giovanni Di Martino: Pegaso Online University, Italy
Maurizio Recca: Pegaso Online University, Italy
Lucia Sorrentino: Pegaso Online University, Italy

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Abstract: The current complex society is characterized by various theories and points of view, no longer elaborated through a single human mind, but through the interweaving of flows of information and integrated artificial intelligences, in which different disciplinary fields are interconnected for the construction of the knowledge and for the development of the free man. Every single man represents a resource. Therefore, everyone can make a cultural contribution by allowing all other people to discuss and address global issues that affect us on a daily basis. Through the following research and intercultural dialogue; thanks to the study material included in the Pegaso platform and to the advice offered by the teachers, a group of six PhD students on the course "Law, education, development" (II edition) intends to tell the first year of the Ph.D., mutually engaging on the basis of respect and mutual understanding. The human being, cooperating with various intelligences, becomes capable of proceeding responsibly, overcoming individualism and meeting the other, finding new balances to adapt to changes, to be able to build links for participatory democracy and for a humanistic and scientific culture

Keywords: Learning Society; Education; Researchers; Interdisciplinarity; Communication (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2019
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