Communicatics and communicationism as knowledge tools for a sustainable civilization

@article{Hu1995CommunicaticsAC,
  title={Communicatics and communicationism as knowledge tools for a sustainable civilization},
  author={Jixuan Hu},
  journal={Proceedings 1995 Interdisciplinary Conference: Knowledge Tools for a Sustainable Civilization. Fourth Canadian Conference on Foundations and Applications of General Science Theory},
  year={1995},
  pages={282-291}
}
  • J. Hu
  • Published 8 June 1995
  • Economics
  • Proceedings 1995 Interdisciplinary Conference: Knowledge Tools for a Sustainable Civilization. Fourth Canadian Conference on Foundations and Applications of General Science Theory
Sustainability is not just an issue at the level of economic-ecological systems but an issue at the level of civilizations and the ways that different civilizations interact with each other. A global-wide sustainable civilization cannot be created if conciliation and mutual understanding among the Christian Civilization, the Islamic Civilization, and the Eastern Civilization are not reached. Furthermore, sustainable civilization cannot be achieved on "spaceship earth," if the difference in… 
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