Archives – and archival organization too can be both considered as ICTs because they can provide organized information framed in its proper context of reference.
Considering the increasing informational complexity, linked to the possibility for each individual of producing archives, new and counter-intuitive solutions are needed.
In this perspective, the integration of various branches of Humanities, encompassing Law, Philosophy, History, Linguistics and others, could constitute a golden opportunity to design new informational solutions.
The tradition may thus represent the key for new horizons. For example, the Classical Law of India and the Medieval exegetical method can constitute the basis for such a new paradigm, simply because they allow flexibility not limiting, concretely speaking, at the end of a query, the results at a zero sum game level only.
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By Pierangelo Blandino