Speech by Vito Correddu from the “Salvatore Puledda” Centre for Humanist Studies at the 14th Philosophy Congress in Beijing on behalf of the World Centre for Humanist Studies.
Nowadays talking about revolution is a major reason for criticism. Naivety, obsolescence, and anti-historicity are common attributions from those dismissing idealism in favor of pragmatism.
The potential of human consciousness - International Symposium about Big History and Global Evolution - Moscow 2017
IV Symposium of the World Centre of Humanist Studies
In this time of great changes, individuals, institutions and societies are in crisis. We are going through times of urgency and possibility.
The paradigms we have been living by do not longer provide suitable answers, and the future is not entirely at sight yet.
Fast transformations wipe away the social landscape in which the preceding generations grew up, creating abysses of incomprehension and insecurity. The old world is already gone, but the new one is still to come.
Papers presented at the Park of Study and Reflection Attigliano (Italy) during the Symposium Foundation of the New Civilization, held between 28 and 31 October 2010.
WORLD CENTRE OF HUMANIST STUDIES
II WORLD SYMPOSIUM
Foundation of the New Civilization
October 29th to 31st, 2010
The world we knew does not exist anymore; our daily lives have been deeply transformed. A new way of being begins to take shape for Humanity: the first planetary human civilization. How will it be? How do we want it to be?
This document is the result of several years work of Nobel Peace Laureates and Organizations. It was approved at the 7th World Summit as the “First Draft of the Charter for a World without violence”. The final version of the Charter was approved by Nobel Peace Laureates and Organizations at the 8th World Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates.
[ Fulvio de Vita. 2009 ] The crisis we are going through pervades all the realms of human action. This crisis has been given different names: economic crisis, intercultural crisis, energy crisis, crisis of values, spiritual crisis…
But I think that it is important to note that behind all these crisis, there is a violent attitude by which many individuals and institutions tend to face the deep changes that are occurring in our time.