Kim jest człowiek : Wyzwania ery cyfrowej

In M. Szymczyk & R. Grzywacz (eds.), W trosce o człowieka. Paradygmaty stare i nowe. Kraków, Poland: Ignatianum Univ. Press. pp. 285-295 (2016)
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The issue “Human being in the digital era” is not superfluous. Every technology, i.e. literacy, print etc., gives tools, but at the same time impacts deeply human being. The article attempts to answer the following questions: what kind of change is taking place nowadays? what are the associated challenges? Is it true what Einstein once said: “The problems that exist in the world today cannot be solved by the level of thinking that created them”?



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Piotr J. Janik
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