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New Walls in the Information Age

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Although philosophers such as Edmund Husserl argued that humanity as one community develops in the measure that humans practice rational discourse, in fact we recognize and are drawn to one another in laughter and tears, and in trust. In trust one adheres to something, one sees only partially or unclearly, or understands only vaguely or ambiguously. Today there are new obstacles to communication. The new information technology creates denigrating stereotypes, disdain for the past, and contributes to making territorial or ethnic conflicts genocidal.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: May 1, 2005

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