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Historically Globalization





Zampano
Has globalization proved effective in the past? Think of Easter Island. (Hint: no, it hasn't)
bogger
Think Colonialism in the late 19th century. Think Spanish and Portugese colonialisation in the 16th Century.

Yes, it is effective. However, all it did was redistribute and expand the wealth of one country to another.
Montressor
Zampano wrote:
Has globalization proved effective in the past?
Could you perhaps define what you believe "effective" is and what on earth it has to do with this apparently evil force of Globalization for the rest of us who don't share the exact same values and thoughts as you?
Zampano
Montressor wrote:
Zampano wrote:
Has globalization proved effective in the past?
Could you perhaps define what you believe "effective" is and what on earth it has to do with this apparently evil force of Globalization for the rest of us who don't share the exact same values and thoughts as you?

Towards the higher utilitarianism; the most happiness to the greatest number of people.
Montressor
Zampano wrote:
Towards the higher utilitarianism; the most happiness to the greatest number of people.

Ah. because the example you provided (Easter Island) is a tremendous example of "globalization" being "effective" in that it creates effects, perhaps not the effects you desire, or see as good effects, but most certainly effective...
Liambaby
Why did you start a thread then answer your own question in the same post?
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