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    How Do We Need Universities in a Technological World?Viorel Guliciuc - 2009 - Dialogue and Universalism 19 (1-2):95-100.
    The changing of our way of being, toward homo sapiens digital, is also responsible for the transformation of the learning/teaching in the 21st century. In K12 education we could speak about “Digital Natives/Digital Immigrants” “herding”, “digital multipliers” etc. In Academe, the focus has to be on creativity and digital wisdom.
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    Fractal Art as Genuine Art.Viorel Guliciuc - 2008 - Proceedings of the Xxii World Congress of Philosophy 1:93-102.
    There is a whole discussion around the genuine/non genuine appurtenance of the Fractal Art to the Art (Ken Keller, Tad Boniecki, Noel Huntley a.o.). Fractal Art is a new way to manipulate shapes, colors and light. It is a subclass of the visual digital art that could describe as that art form produced using a computer (PC, Mac), fractal and graphical software and output devices (monitors, plotters, printers etc.) or using fractal rules and traditional painting techniques (example: Pollock) as essential (...)
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    Transmodernism and Philosophy of Human Diversity.Viorel Guliciuc - 2008 - Proceedings of the Xxii World Congress of Philosophy 36:57-60.
    We are living in the transmodern era. Now we could detect beyond the similarities and the differences between the modernism and the postmodernism the common search for the human integrality. Only this time we are not beginning with the proclaimed human unity, but with the human diversity. The Human Being has a non generic universality. The unity is purpose before being ground.
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    The Wondering Angels of the Fractal Art.Viorel Guliciuc - 2007 - In L. Magnani & P. Li (eds.), Model-Based Reasoning in Science, Technology, and Medicine. Springer. pp. 333--345.
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    The Non-Generic Universality and the XXIth Century.Viorel Guliciuc - 2008 - Proceedings of the Xxii World Congress of Philosophy 24:11-17.
    We are experiencing a new phase of the crisis of the universality in the transmodern era. In the XXIst century there is room for the common search for the human unity starting from the acceptance of our fundamental diversity and the experiencing of an insular, local universality in the Digital Realm of the Net. There are good reasons to consider the Human Being has a ground non generic universality, inviting us to search the human integrality as a process, not as (...)
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