We need to learn to adapt to Globalization — as Nature’s laws demand it

Zsolt Hermann
1 min readNov 29, 2020

Question from the Internet:

“Are you compatible with hyper-globalization? If yes, why or why not?”

I am not sure what “hyper-Globalization" means.
But I am comfortable with the notion of Globalization, since we have no other choice.

“Globalization" — existence in a globally integrated, fully interdependent system is not “man-made, it is obligated by Nature’s fully integrated system and its laws.

If we want to continue surviving as one of Nature’s species, we have to adapt ourselves, reach compatibility with the rest of the system, even if our inherently individualistic, egocentric, self-justifying nature resists this notion.

The instinctive, selfish, individualistic and subjective resistance, reluctance in relation to building a fully integrated, interdependent Human society serves our evolutionary advantage.

The fact that we have to build integration between us and by that integrate into Nature above and against our individualistic, selfish egos gives us a unique duality, contrast in understanding and perception.

As a result even after integrating into Nature we will retain an unparalleled, independent — albeit also integrated — viewpoint. By that we become Nature’s only conscious, objective observers, partners while ago other animals, parts, elements are blindly, instinctively integrated into Nature.




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.