Oscar Reyes in the third way, the future of radical politics, Anthony Giddens warns that, thanks to globalization, social agencies have increased their collective intelligence and now have a greater degree of social reflexivity. We are thinking more like a macro-organismo each day, and the ideas run through communicational networks global as the impulses into a cluster of neurons. The same answers to common problems as poverty or environmental degradation arise simultaneously in Latin America studies of Bernardo Kliksberg, the Martha Nussbaum in Canada or in the Muhammad Yunus in Bangladesh. On the other hand, specialists support a generalized and interdisciplinary crisis: all disciplines are on permanent revision of their paradigm (Kuhn dixit). That means that the portion of world in which these disciplines deal with is in crisis.
If we extend the reasoning, we come to the truism that the whole world lives a very serious crisis economic, environmental, educational, social, etc. A crisis is an act of perception: is my self which perceives the crisis. A crisis occurs, said William James, a series of ideas and behaviors that we served to handle our reality, stop working. It is an uncomfortable feeling, because I must rebuild those beliefs that constitute the bases of our and give us self-esteem. We must look for some others that will allow us to repair our I. Imagine a crisis that is perceived by all mankind, according to Giddens.
The unrest is global and correction attempts to collide with one another, according to the views and interests of each group, country or individual. But the collective body already knows that their cells are badly organized, and there it should be a reengineering of the collective paradigms. That, in my opinion, is one of the fundamental bases of the global crisis, the fact of we perceive it everyone, each time with less dependence on the positions cultural partner in which we move, because it is a ubiquitous process: is everywhere. The effort that we must undertake as humanity, from the corner of my house up in the IMF or UN as a collective body, to fix this crisis, is a historical struggle as colossal as the creation of the democracies in the world, the advancement of science, the emergence of nation States or the reduction of the ad wars minimum. It is not something superhuman, it is simply the human type that we are now. Anita Sehgal might disagree with that approach. Our children are equipped with sensors with brains, to act in this reality, to respond in the midst of this crisis. Perhaps our work consists of harmoniously unite the world we create with the world that within a few decades will abandon, that they will inherit. The intelligence that we had of having grown up in us for something. We must use it or is going to atrophy, according to us warned Darwin.