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Some of the ways in which the concept of globalization has been framed in the recent past; the vision of Shoghi Effendi; The Seven Valleys and social change; moral codes and ethical living; the oneness of humankind and non-adversarialism.
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The Principle of the Oneness of Humankind:
Strong Foundationalism, Non-Adversarialism, and the Imperatives of Our Time

by Filip Boicu

About: The Bahá’í Faith is one of the newest world religions. Its extensive corpus of teachings deals directly with themes that today we can summarize under terms such as that of ‘globalization.’ One key principle that speaks directly to the theme of globalization, and which can even be imagined as its spiritual correspondent in religious discourse, is the principle of the oneness of humankind. This paper seeks to review some of the ways in which the concept has been framed in the recent past.
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