Tom Atlee: Intercentricity (Part 2b): Examples – From pluralism and education to power and democracy

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Intercentricity (Part 2b): Examples – From pluralism and education to power and democracy

INTERCENTRICITY AND…. NETWORKS

Networks are examples of social structures that are founded on centers and relationships instead of borders and separations. Therefore, many different networks can coexist in the same space. They are distinct at their centers but become increasingly mutually-permeating as they move outward to share common ground. Their rise in this century has helped counter the dominant boundedness of nation states.

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