The Functionalization and radical implementation of the University in order to the training of human resources in the service of the revolution or the market, equivalent to the liquidation of the Socratic paradigm which has updated and constituted for more than two millennia as the oldest educational institution in the West. He wondered, with what we replace the spirit of Socrates? It will be in the same spirit that he determined his death sentence in the plural and democratic Athens which refused to question themselves and think? Do it will be with absolute pragmatism, not of the petulant and self-sufficient Callicles, but the revolution and market and its homicidal scientific vindication of the definitive superfluity of personal conscience on behalf of the cult of the system in which resolves the? identity of reason and power that he defines modernity? The University is the antithesis of this dementia. To do this, you can add UNESCO signs that deserve to be rethought and taken into account as: universities and the traditional concept that has them, are undergoing dramatic changes before a growing pressure to respond to market forces and technological opportunities, in the context of the competitive global economy and the resulting need continuing education,. At the same time, civil societies are becoming more active and are calling on its participants so that they study, becoming more competent, and that continually increase their capacity, thus achieving effective participation. See Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for more details and insights. This has given rise to a huge social demand never before seen in adult education at all levels. The competing demands between market forces and social needs need new contributions by the universities. A great challenge for universities is themselves to restructure it and processed, in order to seriously address the inequalities within their institutions and open its doors to generations of adults who could not enjoy their right to higher education in the first period of their lives. . Jon Gray helps readers to explore varied viewpoints.