• Ciprian Ion IONIȚĂ



Since the beginning of humanity, man has oscillated between two ontological spaces: sacred and profane. In all the great religions of the world, man understands his purpose on this earth as a search or passage to an eternity of happiness, a space and a time before which he incur an incurable nostalgia. The telluric weather and the nostalgia of paradise compel man to invoke divinity, building for this meeting sacred spaces. Technological progress and new philosophical currents have tried to cure man of this nostalgia for ever, perfecting the death of divinity. In an unprecedented creative momentum, the man got up truffles, daring to believe that he can become a creator himself. Cyberspace is the most spectacular revolution of human intelligence, in full swing. What is man related to his creation?



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