GUIDE

It seems that all natural laws during the birth of the universe are very precisely aligned to give life a chance.

That's very coincidental and why there is conjecture that our universe is but one in a huge amount of universes that are born continuously. You can see it as a cosmic lottery. Every now and
then there is a universe in which life has a chance.

We must be mindful with such a top prize.
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'UNITY,

A PROCESS OF INQUIRY, DEBATE, COMPROMISE, AND CONSENSUS TO MEET THE BROADEST NEEDS OF THE PEOPLE'

future
we want

(United Nations)

'It is what you
and I, what we
the European people make of it tomorrow'

ENVIRONMENT

 

HUMAN CONDITON

rise of median age of a country or region: ageing of population | allegory of the cave (fictional dialogue on reality) | antifragile: living in a disorderly world and with human failings | art (arranging elements to the sense or emotions of human creations, and modes of expression) | blockchain | bubbles | change | Chariot Allegory | coffeehouses: everyone is welcome to experience cosmopolitan spirit. A place for good conversation | a common security and defense policy | compassion (the interdepence of all things and embodiment of emotional maturity) | culture (give activity significance) | debt (Reinhart) | the form of government democracy | demographic growth (Kapitza) | digital development | education, key to individual life chances | electromobility | the Enlightenment | ethics, one of the individual virtues | Europe's 1st war in the 21st century | European capitals of culture Aarhus and Paphos | European humanism | fall of the wall | food | the ability to act without restraint: freedom | Greece | health | Jurgen Habermas, ein deutscher Philosoph und Soziologe, bekannt geworden durch sozialphilosophie | human rights, free movement, migration, asylum | the unity of being, of total consistency and person equality: identity | immaterial trends | development of new customers value: innovation | knowledge | liberty and security | masterpieces (paintings and plastic art) | music, 'mathematics in motion and algebra is its choreography' | NEXUS Institute | 'ODE', work of Arthur O'Shaughnessy | study of general and fundamental problems: philosophy | Radio Free Europe | the Reformation | religion, the adherence to codified beliefs and rituals | RtoP: to prevent and stop genocides, war crimes, ethnic cleansing and crimes against humanity | any system of objective knowledge: science | social fairness: green and social Europe | solidarity | sports, all forms of physical activity | George Steiner, influential literary critic, essayist, philosopher, novelist, translator, and educator | the Questor Hero, Mahler’s music wants us to be conscious of the great questions of life | tolerance | transport | war and peace, what forces control this time? How do we keep our humanity? What are the safeguards for peace? | well-being, a general term for the condition of an individual or group |

POLITICS


 

Africa | Arctic regio | member states of the EU | Balkans | the three northern European countries east of the Baltic Sea Baltic states | from the late 4th cent. BC equipped with philosophical and religious tradition: China | Danube region | Europe | Germany | Greece | Hungary | I.R. of Iran | endorsing the idea to resolve the conflict by way of a two-state outcome: Israel-Palestine | North Africa and the Middle East (MENA) | Poland | Russian Federation | Syria | transatlantic | Ukraine | wider Europe (including United Kingdom) |