370. Two world views

April 5, 2010 § Leave a comment

In the last post I wrote,

….. a major division toward the future: will it be one world of managerial necessity, or regional and local, with wars and fears? I think history is on the side of regional, avoiding the large bureaucratization of the world, but one humanity on one planet is compelling logic. there are major attempts ahead to deal with the problems, intertwined, of economics, finance, and consumption.

I am thinking this is a, or even the, major division point. From Catholics vs Protestants, Polytheism and monotheism, WW2 with its split between northern European and Mediterranean perspectives.. More will come forth.

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