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    High-Intelligent Socio-Cognitive Systems
    A Contribution to the Foundations of Socio-Cognitive: Comprehension, Modeling, Design & Management


The Server of the High-Intelligence and Decision Research Group (HID) ,  ENEA .

This is a contribution to Open  Access Initiative:

the MKEM pages include Open Source Knowledge. Their application requires only the references according to the general  rules of scientific  ethics.

 

“No problem can be solved from the

same level of consciousness that

created it”      [ Albert Einstein]

"Not exists any intelligent entity
without an ethics"

     [Adam M. Gadomski]

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... In every context there is useful to remember  the Popper's three Ethical Principles of rational discussion:
 

1. The principle of fallibility: perhaps I am wrong and perhaps you are right. But we could easily both be wrong. 

2. The principle of rational discussion: we want to try, as impersonally as possible, to weigh up our reasons for and against a theory: a theory that is definite and criticizable

3. The principle of approximation to the truth: we can nearly always come closer to the truth in a discussion which avoids personal attacks. It can help us to achieve a better understanding; even in those cases where we do not reach an agreement. 

(Karl Popper, 'Toleration and Intellectual Responsibility',
in K. Popper, *In Search of a Better World*, Routledge,
1992, p. 199.)

Popper also tried to formulate 'a new professional ethics' in 'Toleration and Intellectual Responsibility (pp. 201-202.) It is summarized it in the book *Science and the Open Society* as follows:

"Our knowledge, he said, goes beyond what any one person can master. So there simply cannot be any authorities.

 

-  It is impossible to avoid all mistakes. But it is our duty to try to do so.

-  It is, in particular, the task of scientists to search for mistakes in even our best corroborated 
   theories. But we must revise our attitude toward  mistakes if we are to do this well.

-  We must recognize that trying to cover up our mistakes is itself one of our greatest intellectual 
   mistakes. 

-  We must, on the contrary, try to discover them, and remember them, if we are to avoid making 
   them. We must develop and maintain a self-critical attitude in order to do this.  But

-   we must also learn to be grateful when others draw our attention to our mistakes.

Indeed,
 - we must understand that we need others to discover and correct our mistakes, just as they need us."
...unfortunately, it is only an asymptotic ideal and  a context independent, normative suggestion, after ...we always have our private exceptional circumstances.

 [Murphy Laws ]


More about ethics:

 -  Scientific and research ETHICS

 -  Go-down in details.

 

 -  Google search: "scientific work", ethics

                              "business ethics"

Everything just done is possible to make better. 
[G. Ridman]

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