All of Teilhard’s writings are imbued with the language of science. It is this language that we propose to explore, not from a technical point of view, but from the point of view of a universal language that transcends all our differences in culture and civilization. It is in essence a ” common good “. With the emergence of the information sciences, this language allows us to explore the infinitely complex of which Teilhard was the first to perceive the organizing dimension of this evolving world where ” Everything is linked “. Read more 

Teacher : Jacques PRINTZ

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