This volume of Culture and Civilization focuses on cosmopolitanism, the global polity, and political ramifications of globalization. The introduction by Gabriel R. Ricci establishes context and provides an overview of the entire work. Topics include the history of globalization, climate change policy, ecological consequences of development, concepts of civilization, human rights, Eastern thought and economics, global citizenship, and travel writing. Within this collection, Carl J. Strikwerda argues that the first era of globalization in modern times was marked by global migrations patterns. Pablo Iannoneas history of the Andean oil rush and its ecological consequences looks at the processes of development. Brett Bowden argues that civilization entails both progress and war. J. Baird Callicott provides a philosophical analysis of a moral theory that accommodates spatial and temporal scales of climate change, Sanjay Paul analyzes the United Nations Global Compact, and Ed Chung discusses the role of economic theory in business schools. Colin Butler reflects on E. F. Schumacheras qBuddhist Economics, q while Taso Lagos relates parallel polis to the idea of global citizenship. Tony Burns examines the ways in which Aristotle, Hegel, and Kant have been interpreted. Finally, Adam Stauffer explores Charles Warren Stoddardas work South-Sea Idyls. This volume of Culture and Civilization, the first under Riccias editorship, follows the tradition of the previous four volumesadeveloping critical ideas intended to produce a positive intellectual climate, one that is prepared to confront challenges and alert us to the opportunities, for people in all fields and of all faiths, of the twenty-first century.Pareto, V. (1971), Manual ofPoliticalEconomy, trans. ... Vodka in Deal with Soviets , a sourced at http://www.nytimes.com/1990/04/09/business/ international-report- pepsi-will-be-bartered-for-ships-vodka-deal-with-soviets. html on May 18, 2011.
|Title||:||Culture and Civilization|
|Author||:||Gabriel R. Ricci|
|Publisher||:||Transaction Publishers - 2013-01-23|