“Appreciate the Best Together” and Human Civilization
The issue of relations between different civilizations in this era of globalization is nothing new. The term “globalization” so often used today can be traced back to the nineteenth century when the West (principally Great Britain) dominated the planet, bringing together many different cultures to meet and intermingle. Study into this broad trend also began in the nineteenth century, for example, Karl Marx took note of worldwide capitalist expansion and the process of early accumulation. The issue has also consistently been an important subject of research for sociology, anthropology, and ethnic studies.