Humanities and the Contemporary World

Publisher:
Montenegrin Academy of Sciences and Arts
Release year:
Meeting type:
International Conference
Date held:
7–9. 06. 2012.
Book number in Edition:
116
Book size:
17 x 24 cm
Pages:
576
ISBN:
978-86-7215-301-9
COBISS.CG-ID:
21069584
Short link to the book:
https://canupub.me/pko0
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POJEDINAČNI RADOVI

  1. Filip Vujanović: Opening address
  2. Momir Đurović: Welcome address: Why the Humanities are important
  3. Ivo Šlaus: Opening address
  4. Felix Unger: Introductory remarks
  5. Ullica Segerstrale: The Heart of the Humanities
  6. Erich Hoedl: Horizon 2020: Social Sciences and Humanities have to play a major role
  7. Cardinal Peter Kodwo Turkson: Globalisation: a Threat or an Opportunity for a Developing Country? A Case for Partnerships that Embody Solidarity
  8. Emil Jurcan: Humanities and spirituality in Romanian area. Specific features
  9. Evanghelos Moutsopoulos: Philosophy embracing humanities
  10. Lorenzo Gascon: Contemporary World and Ethics
  11. Ioan-Aurel Pop: Teaching Humanities in the Romanian Education: The Case of “Babeş-Bolyai” University of Cluj-Napoca
  12. Vojislav Stanovčić: Scientism, positivism, science and “practical philosophy”
  13. Agni Vlavianos Arvanitis: Biopolicy – Building global societal values The Bio-Assessment of the Humanities and Technology
  14. Jaroslav Pánek: Humanities as a Bridge between National Identity and Global Openness
  15. Dragoljub Živojinović: History and Politics
  16. Markus Hilgert: Learning from the Past? On the Societal Impact of Studying Ancient Cultures
  17. Ahmad Murad Merican: Humanities Futures: Meaning, Man and Worldview
  18. Nataša Hrastnik: Humanities and the Role of Intercultural Research
  19. Vladimir Premec: Towards the Unity of the Modern World
  20. Valery A. Tishkov: The New Historical Culture
  21. Zoran Lakić: Science is Beyond and Above Politics
  22. Gilbert Fayl, Ulric Fayl v. Hentaller: Waiting for the White Knight – Strategic Partnership 
  23. Joško Sindik, Saša Missoni: Stimulating developmental milestones of preschool children through interdisciplinary alliances between scientists and professionals
  24. Robert Von Dassanowsky: A Deconstruction of the Humanities: Digitalization and Posthumanism as Tool or Totalization?
  25. Emil Constantinescu: Looking for a New Alchemy: from the Lead of Information to the Gold of Knowledge
  26. Ljudmila Mila Popović: Being in Superposition: Migrant Women and Modern Subjectivity
  27. Dorian Karatzas: The Ethics Review of EU Funded Research Projects
  28. Milica Kostić: Humanities in a Small Country and Globalisation
  29. Giuseppe Caglioti, Marco Marcon, Tatiana Tchouvileva, Goran Ramme: Piezomusicolor – a Natural Form of Technologic Graphic-art for Humanity
  30. Mirjana Radović-Marković: Creative Education and New Learning as Means of Encouraging Creativity, Original Thinking and Entrepreneurship
  31. Rudolf M. Rizman: Why the world needs humanities?
  32. Dragan K. Vukčević: Knowledge and Virtue
  33. Ilija Vujačić: Dealing with uncertainties (Popper’s Conception of Social Engineering and its Inconsistencies)
  34. Ardian Gola: Theorizing technology in the “post-essentialist” era
  35. Vladimir Dimitrov: The interdependence between humanities and natural sciences and how to master the collaborations – a personal view
  36. Vitomir Mitevski: The ancient models of humanistic education and the modern world
  37. Olof G. Tandberg: Abdus Salam (1926–1996) – more than a Noble Laureate
  38. Sonja Tomović-Šundić: Humanities and Global Civilization
  39. Iveta Briška: Changes in discourse on ecological risks in Latvia
  40. Garry Jacobs: The Emerging Individual
  41. Ivo Šlaus: Human Capital, Its Self-Augmenting Growth and Individuality – a simple possibly naïve approach
  42. Augusto Forti: Contribution to the history of the concept of “individuo” (the individual) and individuality in the European culture
  43. Stacey Day: Individuation and the imperative need for biopsychosocial moral education in the 21st century
  44. Ashok Natarajan: Evolution of Individuality
  45. Faris Gavrankapetanović: Globalisation as a precondition for individualism
  46. Winston P. Nagan, Aitza M. Haddad: Aesthetics and Human Rights
  47. Saulo José Casali Bahia: Individuality and Law in Latin America
  48. Alberto Zucconi: The fully functioning person: a bio-psycho-social viewpoint
  49. Raoul Weiler: Civilization in Danger. Is humanity suicidal?
  50. Janani Harish: Study of Individuality and Social Evolution in Literature
  51. Nancy Flournoy: Corruption of the Scientific Method
  52. Ivo Šlaus: Session: Limits to Rationality
  53. Simeon Anguelov: Rationality in a Complex Worls: Pushing Back the Frontiers
  54. Zbigniew Bochniarz: An economist’s reflections on individuality, human and social capital, and responsibilities of academia
  55. Declaration: Strategic Partnership – USE THE BEST –