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Seeking the best of our humanity

Rich Wyld reflects on how we might pursue wisdom in the digital world

Seeking the best of our humanity ISTOCK/MARTIN-DM

THE DIGITAL ENVIRONMENT CAN SEEM TO BE RADICALLY AT ODDS WITH OUR PHYSICAL NATURE. It feels like a world not of flesh and earth but of wires and numbers,  drawing our attention away from the ‘real world’. However, there are still living, breathing human beings within it, communicating with one another, making sense of the world. It may seem intangible and to obscure the faces of our companions as we communicate, but each person’s facial expressions and body language are still there, whether we see them or not.

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