Globalization is inevitable and irreversible

Zsolt Hermann
1 min readAug 30, 2020

Question from the Internet:

“Why is globalization inevitable and irreversible?”

“Globalization” - existence in a globally integrated, fully interdependent system is inevitable and irreversible, as it is predetermined by Nature’s evolution, that drives the whole system towards a final, most optimal integration.

So Humanity - being integral parts, one of the species in Nature - is also obligated to adapt to this “global” integration.

But there is a huge difference between Humanity and the rest of the Natural system.

While each and every part, element in Nature on the inanimate, vegetative and animate levels are inherently, instinctively integrated in the system, Human beings by default are outsiders, against this integration.

And this is also part of evolution’s predetermined plan.

Since Human beings are obliged, forced to integrate into Nature consciously, purposefully, against our inherently egocentric, individualistic, subjective inclination, program, even after integrating we will retain an unparalleled, independent, conscious viewpoint.

By this - with the help of the special contrast between the inherently egocentric, subjective viewpoint and the acquired selfless, systematic viewpoint - we become Nature’s special insider witnesses, partners, objectively observing, justifying the system’s perfection, developmental plan.

From the new, higher, systematic viewpoint we can understand and justify everything we have ever gone through as necessary, purposeful steps in our “cosmic educational process” towards our evolutionary Human role.



Zsolt Hermann

I am a Hungarian-born Orthopedic surgeon presently living in New Zealand, with a profound interest in how mutually integrated living systems work.