Constructivism and Ethics: An Interview with Dr. Leon Tsvasman

In launching our interview series, we eschew traditional greetings for a prelude that mirrors our era’s complexity and the emergent AI’s promise.  This era heralds significant advances in knowledge discovery and pedagogy, while also navigating the ethical imperatives of human-centric innovation—a nexus seldom probed by individual researchers with depth.  Here enters Leon Tsvasman, a scholar […]

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La generación humana, maternidad, juventud y adolescencia

La generación humana, maternidad, juventud, adolescencia: ¿Se han transformado estos conceptos con los descubrimientos científicos?   Abstract This essay analyzes the concepts of motherhood and youth, human generation and adolescence. The concept of motherhood is analyzed from its limitations based upon early physiological and anatomical development, presenting the youngest mother in the history of hospitals […]

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The Fable of the Economist

(A note: Other people’s responses are less important than the inner dialogues you have with yourself and the words you say about yourself. Your dialog with your own mind is more important than other people’s words.)   We asked a poor man and a poor woman how much they are worth, what their value is. The poor man, wanting to be humble, says that his value is not very much. He considered […]

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