Knowledge maps shape our thoughts and actions and affect the way we learn and use knowledge. Therefore, they need to be systematic and based on solid theoretical foundations and trusted empirical observations.
My vision is to form an interdisciplinary and intercultural open environment where scholars and scientists, researchers and experts from all fields of knowledge will map their fields and discuss the underlying rationales. This mapping enterprise will improve the understanding of our common cultural heritage and shape the future of science and education.
Author of 10 Pillars of Knowledge,