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Table Of Contents

Introduction
The foundations of democracy
1.1 Nature or culture
1.2 Group evolution
1.3 The roots of morality
1.4 From generation to generation
1.5 The route to high culture
2.1 Technical ingenuity
2.2 Commercial enterprise
2.3 The value of money
2.4 The formation of capital
2.5 The market economy
3.1 The roots of democracy
3.3 Democracy in crisis
3.4 Democratic weakness and strength
3.5 Democratic self-organization
4.1 Rational morality
4.2 Social capital
4.3 Freedom and human rights
4.4 Core values
4.5 Morality − the critical success factor
5.1 Faith in man
5.2 The so-called evil
5.3 Moral evolution
5.4 Science − an exemplary plus-sum game
5.5 The foundations of faith
6.1 The party system
6.2 Administration and bureaucracy
6.3 Taxation and redistribution
6.4 Extra-parliamentary power games
6.5 The people in charge
7.1 The national economy
7.2 Business economics
7.3 Natural resources and the environment
7.4 Human Capital
7.5 The global economy
8.1 The price of security
8.2 The legal system
8.3 Crime and punishment
8.4 Social injustice
8.5 Global security and justice
9.1 Good, bad and ugly
9.2 Control and self-control
9.3 Public opinion
9.4 Political correctness
9.5 Electronic communication
10.1 Phobias and hypochondria
10.2 Modern superstitions
10.3 Conspiracies everywhere
10.4 Gender ideology
10.5 In the doldrums
11.1 The rise and fall of cultures
11.2 Stagnated high cultures
11.3 Aborted cultures
11.4 Democratic learning
11.5 The lessons of history
12.1 Complexity and self-organization
12.2 Energy supplies
12.3 Information and communication
12.4 The biotechnological revolution
12.5 Exploring the universe
13.1 The comet cometh!
13.2 The climate and the environment
13.3 The menace of micro-organisms
13.4 Too many people?
13.5 Clashes of culture
14.1 Consolidating the core
14.2 Major Powers in waiting
14.3 Rogue and failed states
14.4 Global governance
14.5 A diverse humanity
15.1 The faithful servant
15.2 Value generation and re-generation
15.3 Moral capital
15.4 Global values
15.5 Play a plus-sum game!
Acknowledgements
Notes
Bibliography
Index
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Von Hertzen, Gustav - Challenge of Democracy, The- To Acheive a Global Plus-Sum Game. (2008)

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