Ethics Facing Globalization / Ethique face à la globalisation

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Debiprasad Chattopadhyaya, Jaakko Hintikka, Hans Lenk (Eds./Éds.)

Results of the IPP Conference / Actes des Entretiens de l’Institut International de Philosophie. New Delhi 2000

ISBN 978-3-8258-9298-0
Band-Nr. 2
Jahr 2006
Seiten 184
Bindung broschiert
Reihe Philosophy in International Context/Philosophie im internationalen Kontext


In our epoch of globalisation, almost all the parts and regions of the
world would more frequently interact, if not grow together, at least
economically speaking and via electronic information exchange, leading to
worldwide virtual ubiquity. Whether this sort of economic and
informational globalization may lead to a cosmopolitan orientation, if not
unity, of the different parts and regions of the world, is an intriguing
question. Although the world became much more interconnected and
interactive in terms of economics, information exchange and air traffic,
the different cultural and social traditions still remain. Despite the
noticeable globalization in economics and information real cosmopolitanism
did not yet succeed very widely. All this would highlight ethical
questions of an intercultural character which are discussed in the present
volume from an analytical, methodological, and cosmopolitan perspective.