Ioan-Gheorghe Rotaru


Knowledge-based human society is a new stage in the development of our human civilization, a stage that is in a new development, from a qualitative point of view, of the way of life, a state of affairs that involves the widespread use of information and knowledge in all spheres of the social activities palette. For the human society of knowledge, an unquestionable value is scientific knowledge and its fruits or its product, or scientific knowledge. Thus, for the development of human society, based on scientific knowledge acts, both scientific knowledge itself and culture, from the perspective of the scientific context, are the most important issues to be included in the general knowledge of society (Țurcan 2011, 35).

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