The human mind has distilled approaches to best practice solutions to its existential problems from its experience in its specific spacio-temporal contexts; those arising from its relationships with its physical, human and intraindividual environments. As time as well as spatial references are not unchangeable in today’s world, approaches to problem-solving have to meet the spacio-temporally relative changes as well. What is termed the collapse of time and space due to technological developments that interlink the whole planet instantaneously is one of those factors that additionally need to be taken in account by cultural problem solving approaches.
Innovative Intercultural Research
Publication date: 10/06/2013
From intercultural determinism to indeterminism and probabilism
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