ABOUT THE PROGRAM FOR 2015
The programs of the Institute of World Culture in 2015 will focus on the theme Exploring the Rich and Relevant Values of World Culture. Mentioning world culture invites puzzlement as well as inspiration. Is there a world culture? How did it emerge? How do we describe it? What ideals and values does world culture promote? Can a greater understanding of world culture help solve some of the problems burdening humanity? All ten aims in The Declaration of Interdependence may be used to find cogent responses to these and other questions. The possibilities for greater justice and less violence in a world that shares some cultural values while sustaining diversity are among the topics that could be discussed. Topics on all sources of human culture -- artistic, literary, philosophical, scientific, sociological, economic, environmental and political – are welcome.
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