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2014, iss. 3, pp. 13-29
One world and we in it: The contribution to the critic of the globalization
University of Belgrade, Faculty of Philosophy, Serbia
Keywords: globalization; world governance; differences; interdependence of the world; decision making process
The aspiration for the unified world governance is old as the world itself. As a matter of fact, it comes from our perception of the world as one, regardless of all the differences that could also be seen within. Somehow, it seems that the world, despite all differences that exist, is still only one, or at least that it is one same context in which all the differences which are in the world are placed. In our time, this perception is reinforced by the impression of the increasing interdependence of the world, as well as a sense that the differences, became less important compared to what is the same or at least the similar in the different parts of the world, no matter how large the differences are. This sense of unity is further enhanced by the perception of need or necessity, to decide and manage the important things in the world in a unified manner, without collisions that could make the decision making process ineffective or even impossible.


article language: Serbian
document type: Original Scientific Paper
published in SCIndeks: 25/05/2015

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