Holistic Science

Holistic Science

Transdisciplinarity is different from interdisciplinarity and multidisciplinarity. Transdisciplinarity means the integration of human knowledge; Science, art, traditions, humanities, philosophy and spirituality, this diversity is the basis of the unity of knowledge. The transdisciplinary model is part of the holistic education and is based on the construction of Curriculum Holista at the base of the movement of new paradigms that today is impacting the world is life holistic vision, from this point of view the natural world is an extension of ourselves, science and religion complement rather than contradictspiritual experience has validity, the universe is a living world and not a great machine, consciousness is universal, education is an act of discovery, the order exists as beauty, harmony and love. The most important thing then is to create this holistic Vision in ourselves, and not so much create purely intellectual explanatory theories that emerge thinking and memory is a fragmented vision of reality, and they can not go to the root of the human problem. What is it that prevents us from having this vision of life?, I think that, says Ramon Gallegos, which prevents us is conditioning, we are prisoners of ideas that have removed us freedom to perceive the world in totalist way.

Today we must travel through a new educational paradigm to ensure the viability of our community. The students aren’t machines, empty containers or raw material that needs to be processed. They are alive and in growth that has their own knowledge and the need to find their own meanings. The holistic education is the kind of education that we need to properly address the dilemmas of the twenty-first century: in this education is perceived to the student in a different way. School ceases to be a factory to become a learning community. Learning communities are human communities aimed at the integral development through lifelong learning for all; promotes the culture of peace, global ethics and sustainable development.

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