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On October 28, 2016, at the international symposium "Digital Humanism: Values and Models for Tomorrow?", a roundtable was devoted to philosophical questions.

 

“For a transdisciplinary approach to digital humanism”

Ghislaine AZÉMARD, France.
Professor of Information and Communication Sciences, university of Paris 8. Director of the Idéfi CréaTIC program. UNESCO ITEN Chairholder, university of Paris 8/The Fondation Maison des Sciences de l’Homme.
“Potential scenarios: hegemony and alternatives in development models”

Michel AGNOLA, France
Teacher-Researcher, university of Paris 13.
“Digital challenges in the humanities”

Milad DOUEIHI, France.
Professor. Historian of religions. Chair of Digital Humanism, University of Paris-Sorbonne – Paris 4.
“Humanist challenges and symbolic reconquests”

Jean-Michel BESNIER, France.
Professor of Philosophy, University of Paris-
Sorbonne – Paris 4, France. Member of the Board of MURS (Universal Movement for Scientific Responsibility).
“Emancipation, reconciliation, consolation: the stories of humanism?”

Stéphane DOUAILLER, France.
Professor of Philosophy, University of Paris 8.
“Transmitting heritage and digital creation”

Qiang YIN, China.
Professor of Information and Communication Sciences, People’s University of China (Renmin), Beijing.
“Contemporary digital creations and societal project”

Stéphane NATKIN, France.
Professor, Multimedia Systems Chairholder, CNAM (National Conservatory of Arts and Crafts). Director of ENJMIN.
Discussants
Laura SHACKELFORD. Professor, Rochester Institute of Technology, USA.
Lise BOILY. Full Professor, Department of Communication, University of Ottawa. Research Associate (Network of Schools in Creativity and Innovation) MosaiC-HEC Montreal, Canada.
Henri HUDRISIER. Researcher, UNESCO ITEN Chair, France.
Jean-Paul LAFRANCE . Professor of Information and Communication Sciences, University of Quebec in Montreal, Canada. Researcher, UNESCO ITEN Chair, France.
Michel MEIMARIS. Professor of Information and Communication Sciences, University of Athens, Greece.

« Ces sentiments entremêlés s'expliquent notamment par ce mystérieux mélange de continuité radicale et de mutations vraies que l'humanisme numérique à venir suppose, continuité et mutation des systèmes culturels, des normes juridiques et des exigences éthiques. Ce moment de l'histoire coïncide avec l'obligation de penser le monde dans sa totalité; aussi de penser l'unité du vivant et l'unité de la création humaine comprenant les symboles et les systèmes, les sciences et leurs applications technologiques. Cette tâche est impossible sans la connaissance de ces situations et héritages venues de toutes les cultures fécondées par toutes les cultures et aussi sans le renouvellement d'un projet universel conjuguant le vif sentiment de l'unité du vivant, et de l'indivisibilité de sa sécurité, liberté et dignité »
Jean Louis ROY