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Integrating Traditions. Communication Revisited

Zsuzsanna Kondor 1 
1 Institute of Philosophy [Budapest]
Research Centre for The Humanities [Budapest]
Abstract : "Technology-enhanced Learning" gains special importance if we look closely at the concept of technology on the one hand, and learning activity placed into the framework of communications technology on the other. The importance of communications technology has been emphasized by many Hungarian scholars in the first third of the 20th century and due to historian István Hajnal technology has become deeply integrated into the framework of human activities. I'd like to delineate the main sources of Hungarian philosophy of communication. As a researcher who is engaged in philosophy, I shall outline some main philosophical considerations related to TEL. In conclusion, I will show the convergence of recent philosophy and the Hungarian traditions regarding communications. This convergence could serve as a basis for collaboration as well as a conceptual framework for further research.
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Zsuzsanna Kondor. Integrating Traditions. Communication Revisited. TEL Enlargement, 2005, Sofia, Bulgaria. pp.13-20. ⟨hal-00190215⟩



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