For all who want to begin something new
“My beginning consists of thorns”
Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Pichler describes the necessity of a change of paradigm: “We are confronted with uncontrollable, unsteerable dynamic processes that in their complexity can only be understood in parts. The helplessness of managers, organizers, teachers,… shows impressively, that linear, causal control models have become obsolete.”
MathEthics has the new control model in it:
Prof. Dr. Hans Lenk:
“It’s necessary to develop a renewed philosophy of humanity and to launch it into public efficacy. It has to be a philosophy of humaneness and humanity, that doesn’t avoid “too humaneness” but far rather takes it serious.”
That’s what MathEthics can achieve, if we want it to.