Chapter 9: Crossing the black and white pattern of a chessboard with the colors of art: the digital turn and live reform movement 4.0
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Objective of this chapter is to reflect upon digital transformation, to highlight some of the challenges and burning themes of our time, such as climate change, young revolts, religion, inclusion, ageism and dementia, human rights such as academic freedom, its correlation to democracy and education. The point here is not so much to find ready-made answers to problems, but rather to raise thoughts that question whether sufficient thought has been given here in context and to the end. In any case, it serves to overcome the symbolic black and white painting, which divides into exclusively ‘right’ and ‘wrong’, rather point to the nuances, the multiple possibilities of truths as moves on a chess board.

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