Cosmopolitisme Cosmopolitisme Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. Le cosmopolitisme est un concept créé par Diogène de Sinope, à partir des mots grecs cosmos, l'univers, et politês, citoyen. Il exprime la possibilité d'être natif d'un lieu et de toucher à l'universalité, sans renier sa particularité. Il a influencé la théorie du stoïcisme.
Universalisme Universalisme Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. Cette page d’homonymie répertorie les différents sujets et articles partageant un même nom. L’universalisme est l'idée d'une opinion à vocation universelle.
Human society is a complex nonequilibrium system that changes and develops constantly. Complexity, multivariability, and contradictoriness of social evolution lead researchers to a logical conclusion that any simplification, reduction, or neglect of the multiplicity of factors leads inevitably to the multiplication of error and to significant misunderstanding of the processes under study. The view that any simple general laws are not observed at all with respect to social evolution has become totally predominant within the academic community, especially among those who specialize in the Humanities and who confront directly in their research all the manifold unpredictability of social processes. A way to approach human society as an extremely complex system is to recognize differences of abstraction and time scale between different levels. Social Macrodynamics Social Macrodynamics
Civilisation universelle Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. Description : les divers contenus du concept de civilisation universelle[modifier | modifier le code] La civilisation universelle considérée comme un trait du monde actuel[modifier | modifier le code] Civilisation universelle
Cosmopolitanism is the ideology that all human ethnic groups belong to a single community based on a shared morality. A person who adheres to the idea of cosmopolitanism in any of its forms is called a cosmopolitan or cosmopolite.[1] A cosmopolitan community might be based on an inclusive morality, a shared economic relationship, or a political structure that encompasses different nations. In a cosmopolitan community individuals from different places (e.g. nation-states) form relationships of mutual respect. As an example, Kwame Anthony Appiah suggests the possibility of a cosmopolitan community in which individuals from varying locations (physical, economic, etc.) enter relationships of mutual respect despite their differing beliefs (religious, political, etc.).[2] Cosmopolitanism Cosmopolitanism
pre-P2P perspectives: Cosmopolitanism We continue our conversation with Jose Ramos about nine world-changing political theories and p2p theory relates to them. Today’s topic: Cosmopolitanism. Part 1: Summary by Jose Ramos: Cosmopolitanism has become a powerful current in the development of alternative globalisation discourses. pre-P2P perspectives: Cosmopolitanism

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Global Village is a term closely associated with Marshall McLuhan,[1] popularized in his books The Gutenberg Galaxy: The Making of Typographic Man (1962) and Understanding Media (1964). McLuhan described how the globe has been contracted into a village by electric technology[2] and the instantaneous movement of information from every quarter to every point at the same time.[3] In bringing all social and political functions together in a sudden implosion, electric speed heightened human awareness of responsibility to an intense degree.[4] Marshall McLuhan predicted the Internet as an "extension of consciousness" in The Gutenberg Galaxy: The Making of Typographic Man thirty years before its commercialization. [5] Global village (term) Global village (term)
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{*style:<b>The Globalist provides a daily account of the key issues before the global community. </b>*} Combining cutting-edge analysis with first-rate storytelling, The Globalist covers the most important issues, people, companies and organizations shaping the global economy, politics and culture. We focus on what unites and divides countries, societies and cultures, what challenges they face in the global era — and what solutions they offer to the global community. The Globalist The Globalist
G Brown: Wiring a web for global good
Globalisation isn't just about profits. It's about taxes too | Joseph Stiglitz | Comment is free Globalisation isn't just about profits. It's about taxes too | Joseph Stiglitz | Comment is free Why should German taxpayers help bail out a country whose business model is based on avoidance and a race to the bottom? Illustration by Daniel Pudles The world looked on agog as Tim Cook, the head of Apple, said his company had paid all the taxes owed – seeming to say that it paid all the taxes it should have paid. There is, of course, a big difference between the two. It's no surprise that a company with the resources and ingenuity of Apple would do what it could to avoid paying as much tax as it could within the law.
Gordon Brown: Global ethic vs. national interest

A world map of countries by trading status, late 20th century, using the world system differentiation into core countries (blue), semi-periphery countries (purple) and periphery countries (red). Based on the list in Dunn, Kawana, Brewer (2000). World-systems theory (also known as world-systems analysis or the world-systems perspective)[1] is a multidisciplinary, macro-scale approach to world history and social change that stresses that the world-system (and not nation states) should be the primary (but not exclusive) unit of social analysis.[1][2] Immanuel Wallerstein has developed the best-known version of world-systems analysis, beginning in the 1970s.[4][5] Wallerstein traces the rise of the capitalist world-economy from the "long" sixteenth century (c. 1450-1640). World-systems theory
JOURNAL OF WORLD-SYSTEMS RESEARCH Previous Issue | Download Full Issue {*style:<b>: Real Utopias & the Politics of Dispossession ( Download Symposium ) </b>*} Editor’s Introduction: Utopias and the Politics of Dispossession | “Green Economy” or Green Utopia: The Salience of Reproductive Labor Post-Rio+20
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World-systems are usually larger than single countries (nations), but do not have to be global. Several world-systems can coexist, provided that they have little or no interaction with one another. Where such interactions becomes significant, separate world-systems merge into a new, larger world-system. Through the process of globalization, the modern world has reached the state of one dominant world-system, but in human history there have been periods where separate world-systems existed simultaneously, according to Janet Abu-Lughod. The most well-known version of the world-system approach has been developed by Immanuel Wallerstein. A world-system is a crucial element of the world-system theory, a multidisciplinary, macro-scale approach to world history and social change. World-system
The planetary phase of civilization is a concept defined by the Global Scenario Group (GSG), an environmental organization that specializes in scenario analysis and forecasting. Proponents of the planetary phase of Civilization State that it refers to a current historical transition from a world of capitalist states and consumerist societies to a world of increased global connectivity with new global institutions (like the United Nations and the World Trade Organization), new information technologies, environmental change in the biosphere, economic globalization, and shifts in culture and consciousness. Although the concept is hotly debated in some circles, most reputable scientists give little credence to the theory and assert that current global economic interconnectedness is a function of advanced technology rather than the emergence of anything new in cultural or sociological terms. Background[edit] Planetary phase of civilization
Club of Budapest: Welcome Humanity’s Team BOULDER, Colo. - The countdown is on. Humanity’s Team and The Association for Global New Thought (AGNT), along with many partners worldwide, will present the fourth annual Global Oneness Day, a public service day, on October 24. On this day and within the week, tens of thousands of people around the world will enjoy community events such as concerts, special church services, outreach projects; drum circles and performances in celebration of humanity’s Oneness. Additionally, organizers believe that 100,000 people will participate in a free, 12-hour, live online summit exploring the profound realization that we are One.
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