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Diánoia

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ROHBECK, Johannes. Globalization and History. Diánoia [online]. 2018, vol.63, n.80, pp.119-147. ISSN 0185-2450.  http://dx.doi.org/10.22201/iifs.18704913e.2018.80.1529.

Contemporary theories of globalisation seldom mention history. This is surprising, because “globalisation” is essentially a term describing an historical process. There is still less mention of the philosophy of history, especially due to the discredit cast upon it. And yet nearly all of the relevant arguments operate with patterns of interpretation borrowed from the philosophy of history. The authors speculate on which general tendencies are inherent to globalisation and whether they are more indicative of the “progress” or of the “downfall” of human civilisation. Finally, the ethical problem of global justice requires us to take into account the course of history thus far. These topics underline that resorting to history with all of its philosophical implications is essential if we are to resolve the problems caused by globalisation.

Palavras-chave : philosophy of history; global history; historical space; global justice; global obligation to assist.

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