Heraclitus hailed change as of the essence; both Socrates and Aristotle found contradictions in his position. Apparently this debate continues today. The pillar of Academia remains staid, while all about it things are in constant flux, as we can see.
In one of our first public “deeds”, the International Association of Academics for Peace has identified no less than three main branches of our work toward firming up the foundations of a good world in the academic arena, which we elaborate in following.
Corresponding to the three major types of missions comprising the vision of “Academia”, we see these areas of pursuit as the Academic Movement, Movement of Thought, and Education Movement.