That is, the construction of knowledge is inserted into the same conception of development, which leads to the redefinition of vision, paradigms, technical, methodological and financial capabilities. The logic and lateral thinking, the spatial conception and an increase of relational intrapersonal intelligence must be used for this purpose. A little further, the basic information is which is generated, not so much which is received. This is what has been called the knowledge societies, the definition that we will accept to refer to the social organization of the future. It is one of intensive application of knowledge, one where knowledge becomes the main value. The complexity of the world that emerges implies the essential task of preparation of what is human. Einstein, with his usual anticipativa capacity, already claimed him in the 1940s, to insure that the Empires of the future will be empires of the knowledge.

The physicist used still the word Empire, but it is understandable for the date that said it. Today the concepts have suffered serious modifications, such as for example the disappearance of the society of the information where is claimed that the media issue, to go to a horizontal communication society. It is clear, then, that information and knowledge are two very different things, since knowledge is the interpretation of the facts. It is clear, also, that the knowledge society is directly Internet-related technology, read with your web, your e-mail, or their blogs, what some call was technotronic. We must admit that it was initially defined as information society that looks, but the term was quickly rejected because obviously it lends itself to confusion conceptual background, especially because he was identifying with a particular ideological approach, when the truth is that knowledge also rises above ideologies. There is, therefore, a fundamental reason to define the future as a knowledge society: rises above purely economic, to the social, cultural, political and institutional transformations.


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