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This work is addressed to all people who with one way or another are educators and the effort is to establish a framework of scientific bases according to the equilibrium rules of Nature to help advance education in the 21st century. The focus in this work is human mind because all human actions and resulting human behaviour are initiated and executed through human mind. Furthermore, human mind is hosted within human brain, a neuron based structure, and neuron networks as they are simulated in a computer are studied to understand how human brain works. A basic function of neurons is to hold…mehr

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This work is addressed to all people who with one way or another are educators and the effort is to establish a framework of scientific bases according to the equilibrium rules of Nature to help advance education in the 21st century. The focus in this work is human mind because all human actions and resulting human behaviour are initiated and executed through human mind. Furthermore, human mind is hosted within human brain, a neuron based structure, and neuron networks as they are simulated in a computer are studied to understand how human brain works. A basic function of neurons is to hold programming instructions resulting to data processing forming parallel computer system architecture. Such programming instructions which may be called genetic software are developed through pregnancy to run most vital organs in the human body and to initiate the mind -talent- process and the motion process. Therefore, mind and motion software are continuously developed through the life of a person, thus education is approached as the effort to develop a virtuous mind with optimum constructive performance capable to defend any external programming -propaganda- invasion for destructive purposes.
Autorenporträt
Professor John N. Hatzopoulos, Diploma (1971): Rural and Surveying Engineering, NTUA, Greece. MSCE(1976) and PhD (1979) in: Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, University of Washington Seattle, USA. Professor with tenure at California State University Fresno/USA (1980-1989). Professor, director of RSLUA University of Aegean, Greece (1989-today).