Comunicación de la Investigación en la Web: Las Plantas Medicinales y la Farmaciaancestral

Translated title of the contribution: Communication of research on the web: Medicinal plants and pharmacyAncestral

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Abstract

The configuration of spaces for dialogue between various interlocutors is the greatest expression of tolerance, respect, difference, harmonious coexistence, and even freedom. The result, as in the case of this work, contributes to the edification of more just, equitable and supportive societies, a commitment that professionals and academics from different institutions of Higher Education in Ecuador assumed in the I International Congress "interculturality and Good Living, held in 2018, in Cuenca, Ecuador. The book is composed of three parts. The first part, Society and the search for the common good, proposes to the reader points of view about how the concepts of interculturality and Good Living are interpreted today. The second, Science and technology and ancestral wisdom: cases of research applied to the Ecuadorian context, presents the results of research carried out in different disciplinary fields such as education, digital communication, chemistry, medicine and informatics, united by the intention of associating technological development with knowledge, heritage of ancestral cultures. The third part presents the results of scientific research that show how medicine, one of the most important and technologically advanced scientific and social fields of our era, results in multiple expressions of deep cultural roots that relate ancestral and conventional practices.
Translated title of the contributionCommunication of research on the web: Medicinal plants and pharmacyAncestral
Original languageSpanish (Ecuador)
Title of host publicationCommunication of research on the web: Medicinal plants and pharmacyAncestral
PublisherEditorial Abya-Yala
Pages131-148
ISBN (Print)978-9978-10-400-2
StatePublished - 11 Dec 2019

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