Sustainability Defy: Life Quality Courses
Rinaldo Michelini Di San Martino, C.
DIMEC, University of Genova, Italy
Dr. Rinaldo Michelini Di San Martino, C., DIMEC, University of Genova, Italy.
Keywords: Human Knowledge; Creative Fulfilment Global Ecology; Over-Depletion; Over-Pollution; Global Village; Frugal Innovation
The civilisation challenge entails our awareness of the current situations: over-depletion and overpollution, with entropy on the backdrop. The issue is odd belief, labelled as ‹anthropic principles›, when dealing with the ‹life and intelligence› earth’s singularities. Progress requires the notably complex scenarios of operation dualism, developing life and intellect, by gene evolution and meme fruition: biology involves duplication and spreading; cognition carries culture and ethics aims, rooted in relational setups and social frames. Indeed, some relational spinoffs, idiom, trade and authority, offer hints, qualms and guesses, e.g. the success of split-sovereignty political setups. The ideas depict intricate societies, with solidary citizens in competing nations, riven authorities with total autonomy and native political settings. The earth is limited space, with finite resources and mutual dependence. The global economy shows wealth distribution and necessity margins. The global ecology appears to be alarm: we understand that disposal and pollution require recycle and recovery processes involving all the earth inhabitants. The split-sovereignty is nonsense; the thriftiness is the only way we can build (residual) progress, should we share ‹frugal innovation› ideas.
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