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Finální antropický princip ve filosofii, pedagogice a informační vědě

Title in English The final anthropic principle in philosophy, pedagogy and information science
Authors

ČERNÝ Michal

Year of publication 2016
Type Article in Periodical
Magazine / Source ProInflow
MU Faculty or unit

Faculty of Arts

Citation
Web http://www.phil.muni.cz/journals/index.php/proinflow/article/view/1223/1493
Field Philosophy and religion
Keywords final anthropic principle; Tipler; de Chardin; Omega; artificial intelligence; life; person
Description The article offers a critical look at the final anthropic principle and analyzes it primarily from the perspective of philosophy, pedagogy and information science. The weakest points of the theory are undeniably vague definition of information as well as current astrophysicalobservations that leans more towards a model the open universe than closed. The text compares Tipler's and de Chardin's concept of growth information and the Omega point, and offers insight into the new "digital pedagogy" as timely and important educational discipline.
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