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Transdisciplinarity and Communicative Action. a Postmodern Perspective (Editorial)

Authors: Ștefan Vlăduțescu

Transdisciplinarity and communicative action are the current fluid and irradiative concepts; are the concepts which support the moving of postmodernity toward transmodernity. The first concept is consecrated by Basarab Nicolescu and the second one is imposed by Jurgen Habermas. We emphasize that in the contemporary change of paradigm appear new forms of communicative action that complement the old ones, and that through transdisciplinarity and new communicative actions more and more the postmodernism becomes transmodernism.

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