Part I. Knowledge, Wisdom and Values

Part I Summary

This part covers many centuries that span from the knowledge and wisdom across cultures to the embedded artificially intelligent (AI)-based problem algorithms in very modern social machines in hand-held devices. Communication aspects are also presented as they were deployed in the past era and the current high-speed network systems. From the pragmatic outlook of the knowledge society, the horizons of mind have been stretched far and wide, almost tearing the fabric of peace, joy and contentment. The contributions of the social scientists and philosophers serve as bandages to heal the deep scars the willful neglect of Sigmund Freud’s Superego, Carl Young’s concept of the soul, and Kant’s reasons ...

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