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  • 铛铛铛铛

    铛铛铛铛

    二战和冷战把世界上的文明阵营简化了,其实这样的局面在历史上反而是特例,现在n个主要文明各自划地盘的局面在历史上才是常态。

    2019-08-18 06:20

  • 笨笨的猪

    笨笨的猪 (We are what we read)

    P020: Michael Dibdin's novel, Dead Lagoon: “There can be no true friends without true enemies. Unless we hate what we are not, we cannot love what we are.” P020: The central theme of this book is that culture and cultural identities, which at the broadest level are civilization identities, are shaping the patterns of cohesion, disintegration, and conflict in the post-Cold War world. The five ...

    2018-12-01 21:27

  • 笨笨的猪

    笨笨的猪 (We are what we read)

    #亚洲强国对于亚洲文明价值的“再主张”#大体有四个特点: Asians believe that East Asia will sustain its rapid economic development, will soon surpass the West in economic product, and hence will be increasingly powerful in world affairs compared to the West. Asians believe this economic success is largely a product of Asian culture(basically Confucian - Order, Discipline, Family Responsibility, H...

    2018-10-28 12:26

  • 笨笨的猪

    笨笨的猪 (We are what we read)

    #碎碎念#The decline of western has 3 major characteristics: 1)The process is slow. The rise of Western power took four hundred years, its reccession could take as long. The "decline of the West" has been a central theme in 20th-century history. The process however itself has streched out through most of the century. 2)Decline does not proceed in a straight line. It is highly irregular with pau...

    2018-10-20 20:48

  • 笨笨的猪

    笨笨的猪 (We are what we read)

    #碎碎念#中国自古以来的第一经济体的地位的基础是人口,这是其他国家很难与之匹配的国情。事情总是两面性,高人口基数在提供市场同时,在宏观上也增加了熵值。作为国家力量之一,#Population#转变为"Socially Mobilizied Popultaion#,我们更加需要一个理想,而不是民族主义。历史上,凡是折腾老百姓的,十有八九都是打着这个旗号的。 It appears probable that for most of history China had the world's largest economy. Th...

    2018-10-20 20:38

  • 笨笨的猪

    笨笨的猪 (We are what we read)

    Simplified paradigms or maps are indispensable for human thought and action. On the one hand, we may explicitly formulate theories or models and consciously use them to guide our behavior. Alternatively, we may deny the need for such guides and assume that we will act only in terms of specific "objective" facts, dealing with each case "on its merits." If we assume this, however, we delude ourse...

    2018-10-14 16:54

  • 笨笨的猪

    笨笨的猪 (We are what we read)

    The central theme of this book is that culture and cultural identities, which at the broadest level are civilization identities, are shaping the patterns of cohesion, disintegration, and conflict in the post-Cold War world. The five parts of this book elaborate corollaries to this main proposition. Part I: For the first time in history global politics is both multipolar and multi-civilizational...

    2018-10-14 16:53

  • 笨笨的猪

    笨笨的猪 (We are what we read)

    Michael Dibdin's novel, Dead Lagoon: “There can be no true friends without true enemies. Unless we hate what we are not, we cannot love what we are.”

    2018-10-14 16:52

  • Sean@you

    Sean@you (Be happy.)

    Paradigms also generate predictions, and a crucial test of a paradigm's validity and usefulness is the extent to which the predictions derived from it turn out to be more accurate than those from alternative paradigms. A statist paradigm, for instance, leads John Mearsheimer to predict that "the situation between Ukraine and Russia is ripe for the outbreak of security competition between them...

    2014-07-17 22:43

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The Clash of Civilizations and the Remaking of World Order

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