International Multidisciplinary Scientific Conference on the Dialogue between Sciences & Arts, Religion & Education

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ISSN / EISSN : 2601-8403 / 2601-839X
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International Multidisciplinary Scientific Conference on the Dialogue between Sciences & Arts, Religion & Education, Volume 4; https://doi.org/10.26520/mcdsare.2020.4.50-60

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For centuries, science was considered as something radically different from religion. Yet, the foundations of true science are deeply religious in nature. This paper seeks to show how religion is the only foundation needed for the formulation of scientific theories, since it provides the core principles on which the building of exact sciences is based upon. Our need to understand the cosmos and our faith in us being able to do so, are the main prerequisites for conducting science; prerequisites that are derived from our belief in us being the sons of God and, thus, being able to read His mind. From its birth on 7 March 1277 up to today, science seems to be the only logical attitude of religious people towards the unknown cosmos.
Ionut Chircalan
International Multidisciplinary Scientific Conference on the Dialogue between Sciences & Arts, Religion & Education, Volume 4; https://doi.org/10.26520/mcdsare.2020.4.76-84

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Corpus Dionysiacum’s allegiance to the Origenist camp is a new research track in the unceasing effort of the scholars to discover its mysterious author. This approach has already provoked a heated debate between its supporters and appellants, each party claiming to possess indisputable evidence on its side. Unfortunately, this is nothing unusual in our times to see Corpus Dionysiacum associated with the nonChristian philosophy or with heresies, although the Fathers of the Church have reiterated constantly the Orthodoxy of these pieces of writings. For a long time ago (since the Reformation) it has been suggested that ‘Dionysius the Areopagite’ is a pseudonym used with obscure aims to deceive the uninformed readers, through an apostolic authority. The author was suspected of either covering elements from the Neoplatonic Tradition in his Corpus or of promoting a non-Chalcedonian Christology. The present article evaluates the divine name of ‘peace’ as convincing evidence for the Christian view of the Corpus, a quasi-anti-Origenist attitude, to call it so.
Ovidiu Dănuț Soare
International Multidisciplinary Scientific Conference on the Dialogue between Sciences & Arts, Religion & Education, Volume 4; https://doi.org/10.26520/mcdsare.2020.4.129-136

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Sociological research during the interwar period was meant to be a way through which the country could be known better, in other words, to make the Romanian realities better known, especially through monographic research, initiated by sociologist D. Gusti, considered to be the starting point of the Romanian Sociological School. After the achievement of the national ideal through the Great Union of 1918, a new ideal was necessary, that could complete the former. The nation was in the process of finding itself. The social problems of the country would be understood by knowing the country. All the enthusiastic forces were called forth to help to raise awareness of the nation, which were to become part of the monographic research teams: school teachers, priests, secondary teachers and professors, doctors, agronomists, mayors and praetors, members of the community centres, and even “the superior religious and civil rulers of the Nation, cultivating an Ethics and a Politics of Truth.” This study presents some aspects of the activity of the Community Centres in the rural area, the presence of the Royal Student Teams and the compulsoriness of the Social Service in the villages.
Ulia Veronica Cocu, Carmen Opriț-Maftei
International Multidisciplinary Scientific Conference on the Dialogue between Sciences & Arts, Religion & Education, Volume 4; https://doi.org/10.26520/mcdsare.2020.4.188-198

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The domain of computer science is extremely versatile and dynamic, its complexity leading to the coinage of numerous new terms in a relatively short period of time. Their origin is, more often than not, empirical and these new terms have practical value. Moreover, they are customary and easy to remember, thus making the “science” behind the domain under scrutiny more appealing and easier to understand by non-specialists. The present paper aims at investigating the computer science terminology from a different perspective; it intends to devote special attention to the words which have acquired a new meaning, transgressing boundaries from general vocabulary to the active vocabulary of the non-specialist computer user. The novelty of this research lies in its focus on devising a new classification of these words which have their origin in the general English, thus helping non-specialist computer users to easily understand and use them. Consequently, the everyday English words assimilated by the information technology domain will be divided into six broad categories, i.e. standalone words, open compounds, closed or transparent compounds, compounds written as hyphenated words or that have a preposition or a conjunction as a linking element, words derived with the suffix –er, each of these encompassing a plethora of explained examples, which are very common in the aforementioned sphere
Alexandra Teodorescu
International Multidisciplinary Scientific Conference on the Dialogue between Sciences & Arts, Religion & Education, Volume 4; https://doi.org/10.26520/mcdsare.2020.4.25-30

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This paper investigates the personal and professional story of two prominent American thinkers, Milton and Rose Friedman. Based on their memoirs, “Two Lucky People. Memoirs”, we will connect the biographical aspects with the theoretical and philosophical ideals promoted by the Friedmans’ during their lifetime. The direct connection between economic and political freedom, the importance of the individual in the creation of society, the free market as model for human activity, these are all ideas shared and presented by Milton and Rose Friedman and we will show how their personal stories, of immigrant’s children, have come to shape their professional profile.
Leontin Popescu
International Multidisciplinary Scientific Conference on the Dialogue between Sciences & Arts, Religion & Education, Volume 4; https://doi.org/10.26520/mcdsare.2020.4.69-75

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The human being is a mystery, he is not only nature, and he is not only soul, but these two together and more than that, he represents the divine seal on the individual. The human being can only be defined as a being impossible to define. Man created in God’s image is immortal, unique, non-recurring and we can even say impossible to clone. Beyond these statements, deep within himself, man discovers himself as a being animated by light and grace that do not come from within, but from the outside, as tension that is above all laws and mechanisms caused by it and which could be altered. Not only by means of his soul, but also by means of his body can any man achieve uniqueness, which makes it so that no body is completely identical to another. We find proof in finger prints or even in the composition of strands of hair, which differ from man to man. With each body, as with each soul, God wanted to make one of His special thoughts come alive. That is why it is not allowed to treat people as simple, identical copies of the same reality, but each person should be considered and treated as a unique value in time and space.
Cristina-Mirela Barabaș
International Multidisciplinary Scientific Conference on the Dialogue between Sciences & Arts, Religion & Education, Volume 4; https://doi.org/10.26520/mcdsare.2020.4.153-157

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In modern Romania, the legal protection of the right to education has played an important role in the activity of government, parliament and political parties in general. A turning point in defining the national educational policy was the elaboration of the Public Education Law in 1864. By expressing the ideal of the revolutionary generations of 1848, this law addressed the principle of free and compulsory primary education. The progress of the Romanian society depended on applying this principle. On November 25, 1864, Al. I. Cuza enacted the Public Education Law, the first law to provide a unitary learning system for both principalities. The provisions of this law extended to both public and private educational institutions and regulated education at all levels (Bârsănescu and Bârsănescu, 1978). The fundamental principles of this law are: unitary and mandatory character, gratuity, and as a premiere in our legislation, equal access to education regardless of gender (Legea instrucţiunii publice, 1864, Art. 31).
Ion Cordoneanu
International Multidisciplinary Scientific Conference on the Dialogue between Sciences & Arts, Religion & Education, Volume 4; https://doi.org/10.26520/mcdsare.2020.4.11-16

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Harmony is one of the concepts that permeate the history of human creation in varied fields: philosophy, arts, music, science, economics, politics, etc. It is a preoccupation of the Pythagorean, of Plato and Aristotle, and a governing principle theorised during the times of the Byzantine Empire. However, in Cicero’s political thinking, harmony is the foundation stone of the organisation and functioning of the republic as body politic, a political principle which reflects the principle of the entire universe. Somnium Scipionis (The Dream of Scipio), an allegory on the harmony of the universe, is the closing part of the treatise De re publica, by which Cicero, inspired by Plato and synthetizing stoic, epicurean and neoplatonic ideas, bestows his political testament upon world culture and advocates the cultivation of virtue.
Florea Ștefan
International Multidisciplinary Scientific Conference on the Dialogue between Sciences & Arts, Religion & Education, Volume 4; https://doi.org/10.26520/mcdsare.2020.4.61-68

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Life ruled by law and the legality of our culture have in common the oblivion of the right and the demand of saving yourself through your deeds. Life ruled by law deals only with individual saving, because it does not see the total good; it always balances, for its whole horizon is nothing but a changing, as it is the report between God and human being. Love has every virtue and it is contrary to all sins. This is the source of all forms of good. The one who has love is on his way to perfection. Between love and consciousness there is a real complementariness. Consciousness is the instrument through which law becomes operative in our being. St Apostle Pavel underlines the fact that a pure moral consciousness is kept by belief (Tit. 1,15-16). Christian love that springs from a pure moral consciousness and heart is what God wanted from his creation, man having the possibility to take the resemblance with God, as his nursing to “God’s image”.
Gabriel Gorghiu, Laura Monica Gorghiu, Ana-Maria Aurelia Petrescu
International Multidisciplinary Scientific Conference on the Dialogue between Sciences & Arts, Religion & Education, Volume 4; https://doi.org/10.26520/mcdsare.2020.4.219-224

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In general, considering a reasonable and relative periodicity, the school curriculum has to pass a process of updating and/or reform - in many cases, in strong connection to the nature and extent of the changes that occurred in each educational system, but also linked with what is happening in the society. Nowadays, many opportunities for getting knowledge and developing personal and social affirmation of each individual are related to the spectacular advancement of science and technology. In the actual context, significant changes are noticed in the labor market, pushing the educational systems to anticipate the needs of the near-future society, not just to react to technological developments. In this respect, creativity, entrepreneurial and managerial skills, responsible use of technology, responsible research and innovation, are already present in the education of the 21st century. In this respect, nano-education has been introduced and developed in Romania, and recording an entire process of consolidation, especially at the level of higher education - promoting nano-area as one of the most dynamic big domains in the world of research since the beginning of the century. However, in secondary education, the preoccupations remain sporadic, several positive aspects being recorded especially in non-formal education. This paper tries to offer an answer related to how important nano-education is for the actual generation of youngers, and what are the main problems that teachers face when trying to promote aspects linked with the nano-world.
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