Life Space for Humanity: Protecting the Humane in Human Beings

This research area aims to explore how different family systems and structures of different civilisations are related to social cohesion and economic development. Of specific importance are questions of how these systems can create the life space necessary for human flourishing, and how different civilisations can work together to strengthen family and social life.


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Experts on topic

Yakov M. Rabkin
Yakov M. Rabkin
Professor of Contemporary History at the University of Montreal
Akeel Bilgrami
Akeel Bilgrami
Sidney Morgenbesser Professor of Philosophy, Columbia University, NY, USA
Arne Seifert
Arne Seifert
Central Asia Advisor, Institute for Peace Research and Security Policy, University of Hamburg
Christine De Vollmer
Christine De Vollmer
President, Latin American Alliance for the Family
Fred Dallmayr
Fred Dallmayr
Professor of Philosophy and Political Science at the University of Notre Dame
Jiahong Chen
Jiahong Chen
Visiting research fellow at Peking University

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