Leadership and People Management

Digital humanism

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This book provides an accessible and up to date overview of the foundational issues about both emerging constructive understandings of the digital era and still hidden and ignored aspects that could instead be dramatically relevant in the future, in the process of a technological humanism. The book offers relevant scientific and ethical questions bringing together professionals and researchers, from different professional and disciplinary fields, who have a shared interest in investigating operative aspects of technological, digital and cultural transitions of humans and their capacity of building human societies. The challenges are clear but there is a lack of an epistemological, anthropological, economic and social agenda that would enable a drive to such transitions towards a technological humanism. This book provides an ideal platform for professionals and scholars, not only providing tools for problem analysis, but also indicating shared directions, needs and objectives for a common goal; the creation of new scenarios instead of the creation of fears and manipulated social imaginaria.
Bibliographic citation: BERTOLASO, M., CAPONE, L., RODRÍGUEZ-LLUESMA, C. (2022). Digital humanism. A Human-centric approach to digital technologies. Basingstoke: Palgrave-Macmillan.

Reference: 10.1007/978-3-030-97054-3 (DOI)
Date: 01/07/2022
Document type: Edited book
Department: Managing People in Organizations
Languages: English