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The printing press, invented in the mid-15th century by Johannes Gutenberg, was arguably the most innovative development of its time, revolutionizing the way we share knowledge. The potential of education was enhanced by the immense access to accumulated wisdom over time and space. Today, we face developments that go far beyond the scope of our understanding and have not yet stood the test of time. These innovations may have unprecedented consequences for good and for bad. How can we prepare future generations to address the most complicated questions humankind has ever faced? What role does value-building play in the path towards selfrealization? What does it mean to be happy in the 21st century? What is the value of culture in the context of education and literacy? How can we become better humans?