Inquiry on the Global (Post)Crisis Versus Humankind Wisdom as a Turning Point: Does the Generosity-Creativity-Solidarity Triad Matter?

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Nicolae Bulz

Carol I National Defence University, Romania; World Economy Institute / Nagano Economic Research Institute (NERI); Romanian Academy; New York Academy of Sciences

Larry Stapleton

Waterford Institute of Technology

Jozef B. Lewoc

BPBiT

Corina Sas

Lancaster University

Laszlo Z. Karvalics

University of Szeged, Faculty of Arts, Department of Library and Information Science

Mihaela Maria Iulia T. Buia

Faculty of Communication Sciences

Ana Bazac

Politechnica University Bucharest, Department of Social Science

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Date Written: September 15, 2010

Abstract

The humankind wisdom is supposed to be a related and open-deeper turning point. An equivalent type of statement may be referred to generosity, creativity, solidarity. Homo Sapiens, as a species, is distinguished clearly from other species by their socio-cultural nature, drawing on a deep inner universe of cultural meanings and values which inform both individual and group behaviours - within wisdom turning point. These meanings are created phenomenological in the gestalt of consciousness, framed in the context of deep value-systems which shift as a result of psychological, biological (and existential) realities. Recent research has begun to uncover the complex waves and patterns associated with these shifts. They indicate a dynamically stable system which underpins human activity at the level of both the individual and the civilisation. In this context, technology is an intercourse materialisation of the culture of our civilisation and its material nature as a cultural meaning needs interactive and iterative exploration: explanation and understanding. This study presents at least six concordant directions - in order to proof, at least, the utility of both explanation and understanding: social-networking and virtual space; Eastern European “power of people” and behaviour of technology providers; innovative knowledge and knowledge management; generosity in knowledge; complex process of better organizing diversity; subtle outlook upon the network of sciences vs. systemic and cybernetic knowingness; toward Consciousness Society and future prospect for the e-World. On in this way, can we really begin to understand the trajectory (or multiple trajectories) of our current civilisation, of a deeper humankind wisdom, with all its new connectivities and disconnectivities mediated as they are through information and other technologies?

Keywords: Complex process of better organizing diversity, cyclical and rhythm processes, generosity in knowledge, Generosity-Creativity-Solidarity triad, deeper humankind wisdom, Eastern European “power of people” and behaviour of technology providers, innovative knowledge and knowledge management, network

JEL Classification: P4, P49

Suggested Citation

Bulz, Nicolae and Stapleton, Larry and Lewoc, Jozef B. and Sas, Corina and Karvalics, Laszlo Z. and Buia, Mihaela Maria Iulia T. and Bazac, Ana, Inquiry on the Global (Post)Crisis Versus Humankind Wisdom as a Turning Point: Does the Generosity-Creativity-Solidarity Triad Matter? (September 15, 2010). Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=1677356 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.1677356

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