From Nation State to Global Community

In this post I’m trying to reply to a publication from the Strategic Foresight Club[1], and represent an update of one an older article on linkedin BE, it was 2015 and the forecast trend is growing.  Well, in my opinion we’d  introduce the concept of  Nation State vs Corporate State, about that, we all are experimenting from the opposite fronts the echoes of the, till now, Financial World War III raising from the ancient caves of human stupidity. Now, what’s the academical definition of Corporate Citizenship: DEFINITION of ‘Corporate Citizenship’[2] The extent to which businesses are socially responsible for meeting legal, ethical and … Continue reading From Nation State to Global Community

A tea with John Maynard Keynes

The following conversation is based on the genuine point of view of John Maynard Keynes and about the ignorance about History that seems to pervade our leadership. Good afternoon John, thanks for your kind invitation, truly appreciated, where’s Lydia? Hi Emanuele, she has gone to see the backstage of a ballet , you know her old passion, but tell me what’s up in this century, I feel myself disoriented. You remember your words John? « The game of professional investment is intolerably boring and over-exacting to anyone who is entirely exempt from the gambling instinct; whilst he who has it … Continue reading A tea with John Maynard Keynes

The XXI Century Renaissance

Knowledge has is origin in our perception used to say Leonardo da Vinci, and a new awareness is shyly facing into the developed world, where the conjunction of metaphysic with mathematic is opening the doors of a new Renaissance. Kalos kagathos (Ancient Greek καλὸς κἀγαθός [kalos kaːɡatʰǒs]), of which kalokagathia (καλοκαγαθία) is the derived noun, is a phrase used by classical Greek writers to describe an ideal of personal conduct, especially in a military context. Its use is attested since Herodotus and the classical period. The phrase is adjectival, composed of two adjectives, καλός (“beautiful”) and ἀγαθός (“good” or “virtuous”), … Continue reading The XXI Century Renaissance