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Jul 24, 2017 | News, Media & Society, WRITER | 0 comments

Alexandre Melnik

Alexandre Melnik

Born in Moscow, I am an associate professor of geopolitics and academic director at ICN Business School Nancy - Metz. Also an international lecturer on the key issues of the globalization of the 21st century.
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About participative and inclusive geo-philosophy

To conspiracy and cynicism, two cultural cancers of our time, which anesthetize the brain, we must oppose the constant stimulation of critical thinking.

This is necessary to break the confusion between correlation (everything is “correlated” today) and causality (line-up of logical priorities). Between cretinery and intelligence. Between personal misguidance, which leads to hatred of others, and the appropriation of existential references, which provides self-confidence and openness to others.

All these characteristics are within the reach of all, which make it possible, in the last resort, to think of the world by oneself daily . And to give meaning to one’s life, while moving towards one’s fulfillment, in synergy with the Other.

It is a titanic task, in this era of total world change, for all true teachers. Titanic especially as they are not always helped on this essential point, neither by the policies, nor by the administrations – institutions, nor by the traditional media, nor by the social networks, in the general operation of these .

The fulfillment of this faculty mission requires the constant, almost instantaneous, thoughtful and well-argued implications and interactions of students from all over a global world, now linked by a click.

This participative and inclusive geo-philosophy, I practice it and I encourage it by all means here on Facebook, which I consider as a new educational tool, unprecedented in the history of humanity. An absolutely great tool. But provided you give it content and meaning.

Alexandre Melnik

Alexandre Melnik

Born in Moscow, I am an associate professor of geopolitics and academic director at ICN Business School Nancy - Metz. Also an international lecturer on the key issues of the globalization of the 21st century.
Alexandre Melnik

Latest posts by Alexandre Melnik (see all)

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