Though all humans are equals, they are nonetheless shaped by different socialization patterns in a particular civilizational setup determined by an equally particular value system. It follows that structural globalization simultaneously takes place along a cultural fragmentation of peoples of diverse civilizations. Humans are separated by intercultural value systems, that generate value conflicts.
In his lecture, Prof. Tibi will argue for a dialogue among civilizations as a means of conflict resolution in the search for shared basic values that underpin a peaceful order of the world.
The lecture will take place at the DOC Offices in Berlin on 11 May, at 18:30.
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