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The most practical implementation of the critical theory was the curricular project at the Autonomous Metropolitan University of Xochimilco where an innovative modular system was established during the late 1970s. In contrast to curricular organization via the academic disciplines, this system required multidisciplinary integrations of academic knowledge, identifying for each profession urgent social problems, which became known as the “objectives of transformation” (Chapter 3). Modular Study Plan by Transformational Objectives The Modular Study Plan by Transformational Objectives was a “highly advanced” concept from the curricular point of view.