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Processes of Cultural Change and Health Education| Biomed Grid

Journal: American Journal of Biomedical Science & Research (Vol.3, No. 6)

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Page : 539-540

Keywords : Biomedical Science and Research Journals; biomedical open access journals; biomedical research journals; Biomed Grid; open access journals of biomedical science;

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In the era of globalisation, the profound technological transformation of production processes is leading to an important change in both the pace of life and time of work, study and leisure. The strong technological acceleration produced by the fastest means of transport, forces us to travel, to run without considering however the impact of our way of travelling on the environment and on the quality of life in our city. In an ever more interconnected world, which changes with extraordinary rapidity and speed, it becomes urgent to reflect on phenomena that we usually define synthetically with the industry 4.0 [1]. How do we educate ourselves in these profound changes? How to question the opportunities that new generations will have to make a great contribution to human and sustainable development in the future of society. If in the time of St. Jerome the language was latin today is the “digital”, the language of the web, big data, internet of things. A new language that changes schools and transforms work into factories permeating every moment of our life in being globally and locally interconnected. The language of the web is a language that lays the foundations of a new humanism and that, therefore, cannot and must never lose sight of the centrality of man. When we confront with the digital world, when we look at an uncertain future, we must never forget the depth and strength of our cultural roots even in the time of “the engineering of flows and the existential processes that we pretend to control with rationality “[2], robotization, digital skills.

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