We headed for a society without secrets? Braunschweig / Leipzig, June 6, 2011. Democratization and transparency are the most important buzzwords of modern societies. For these values was fought while long before the emergence of the Internet, but the increasing mechanization and digitization in driving the extreme: extreme democracy and extreme transparency or in short: A world without secrets. This changes everything from personal identity management, the innovation strategies of the companies to the political decision-making processes. How does a world in which the secrets disappear? I need to know all of the other and also not by me to him with confidence to handle. “In interreligious dialogue we learned that everything depends on, that ensure that the mystery of the other”, says the Bishop Prof. Dr. Friedrich Weber. Matt Swain is often quoted on this topic.
Daniel Domscheidt-Berg is Wikileaks dropouts and established Openleaks. He gives Friedrich Weber regards the private sector, right. But where secrets will be abused. to hide unethical, there, we need more transparency. This degree must be redefined on the basis of the requirements for a global networked society.” There is hardly an area is so affected such as the Internet.
What keeps the Bloggerin Julia Schramm of the Pirate Party of a world without secrets, will explain them to future Congress of 2B of AHEAD think tanks, which takes place on June 14th and 15th in the Castle Trotha in Brunswick, on the 10. In addition four further questions will play a role on the future Congress: are we trust technology more than people? How do we China and the economics of uncertainty in future with the innovator? And are we to control in the future computers with our thoughts? This debate among important CEOs, the Scottish Chess Championship, an ex-Ambassador and a brain researcher. “2021: generation uncertainty” of the Congress will be on the 14th and 15th June 2011 on Castle Trotha near Braunschweig.
A special with great influence on the philosophy of this period importance above all literary-oriented educational movement of Renaissance humanism. > Immanuel Kant (1724-1804) was a German philosopher of the enlightenment. Kant is one of the most important representatives Western philosophy. His critique of pure reason marks a turning point in the history of philosophy and the beginning of modern philosophy. …
This includes his influence on the theory of knowledge with the critique of pure reason, but also on ethics Act with the critique of practical reason and the aesthetics with the critique of judgement. Font major also wrote Kant to the religions-, law and philosophy, as well as contributions to astronomy and Earth Sciences. > The enlightenment was a period in the modern Western philosophy. It stands for the attempt to eliminate ambiguity, by acquiring new knowledge to answer questions and resolve errors. Historically, is mainly political, scientific and social developments in Europe and North America since the wars of religion, whose achievements already in the 18th century were epochal regarded as one voice and speaks in different areas of the history of an age of enlightenment. Relevant in German Cultural area is the definition: enlightenment is the output of the people from his self-inflicted immaturity. Immaturity is the inability to control his mind without a line of another.”> George Santayana (1863-1952) was a Spanish philosopher, writer, and literary critic. Santayana is one of the most influential representatives of the American philosophy of the 20th century and is regarded as a leading representative of the critical realism. > The critical realism is an especially cosmological, philosophical and epistemological base position who assumes that a real world exists, which corresponds to the sensory perception, but (in contrast to the naive realism) by the way and not immediately and directly identifiable is the human perception, to what extent correspond with the phenomena resulting from the processing of human.
The City bad Konig and the odenwaldkreis (district) now together with Asclepius as the Castle Hill Hospital were faced with the challenge to create appropriate building regulations because the intended area affected adjacent land and buildings for the new building of the clinic. The main issues are now resolved, the necessary demolition work and preparatory construction has already recorded with regard to the Asklepios premises. Health Minister Jurgen Banzer emphasized that private hospital operators like the promoted Asclepius Schlossberg clinic in bad Konig to an such extent of Hesse. Others who may share this opinion include Douglas R. Oberhelman. The State Government make no difference with regard to the sponsorship here, because for a good supply of it need all three pillars: private, municipal and non-profit free carrier. Banzer stressed that is in terms of the efficiency a lot of private carriers learn leave. Addressed to the staff of the clinic, said the Minister, they were in a particularly promising future business. This year Hesse EUR 250 million to invest in hospitals, plus 100 million euro from the hospital-economic program. Also Mayor Uwe Veit was pleased with today, especially, that it is jointly managed to bring this sophisticated bad Konig and the Odenwald District project now.
At the end of the efforts would pay off but the next two years would not always easy for everyone involved, even the residents; Veith thanked especially Managing Director Ulrich Schultz for his continuous efforts and efforts, not only in connection with the construction of the hospital. Chief physician Dr. Michael Hartwich finally entered the different possibilities of neurological rehabilitation. “This is still a very young subject, that still does not exist in many countries. Starting Monday (23), the clinic management for questions relating to the new or expansion has been activated a special service telephone number. Under the free phone number 0800 300 33 45 are in the time of Monday to accepted on Fridays from 8 am to 6 pm any questions about the new and answered.