Towards an Ethical CivilisationUusi historia ry (Ed.)
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What is the reason for the self-destructiveness of the human species? This is the crucial question of our time. Finding an answer to this question is the most important ethical and intellectual challenge of our era.
Humankind can survive only by building its internal relationships on the basis of self-knowledge. Only in this way we can live in harmony with nature. Our sole survival strategy is the knowledge of human history and human nature.
This program pamphlet contains a new and original view of the world today: the change of era, the crisis of democracy, and how we can see features of the future global society already in the present.
Humankind ought to come together to study and discuss the basic teachings of our history. To that end, this program provides some practical suggestions.
The program relies on the lifework of the Finnish philosopher Matti Puolakka. It makes use of his text archive, notes and speeches, which he left to the New History Association for safekeeping, editing and publication. A short presentation of Puolakka's lifework and a summary of his view of the entire history, i.e. the 2.5-million-year journey of the Homo family, are attached.
The program is available also on the web site of the New History Association: https://newhistory.fi.
Uusi historia ry (Ed.)
The New History Association was founded to support publishing, discussion and research based on the lifework of the Finnish philosopher Matti Puolakka.
We believe that the significance of his philosophy will be epoch-making for disciplines that explore (pre)history, the history of philosophy, and survival strategies of humankind.
In his will, Matti left the editing and publishing rights of his entire literary and audio-visual heritage to our association. If you consider that these ideas have value, not necessarily as ready-made answers, but as a vision and relevant questions, you can support our publishing work by purchasing our program bulletin or buying books or other products through our website.
editors (at) newhistory.fi
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