What is “globalization”?
Question from the Internet:
“What is globalization for you (own opinion)?”
“Globalization” is our present and future evolutionary state, meaning existence in a globally integrated and interdependent system.
It is not a state that came about as a result of global markets, global trade or the global influence of the Internet, for example. Those are simply the external symptoms of “globalization”.
We evolved into this global and integral world as a result of the pressure from Nature’s strict, unchanging and unforgiving laws that govern Nature’s “global” — totally and mutually integrated system, and from Nature’s relentless evolutionary plan that drives the whole system towards the most optimal mutual integration over increasing diversity.
It is very important to understand that the “global world” is our “home” from now on. We also have to understand that in this globally integrated and interdependent world, we are all, in effect, single cells of the same living organism.
When — with the help of a unique, purposeful and highly practical, empirical natural science — we start to understand, accept and most importantly “viscerally” feel how interdependent we are, we will naturally adapt ourselves to the requirements of “Natural Globalization”: to become selfless, mutually responsible and mutually complementing servants and partners of each other and Nature.