Across the world, machines are being built, goods produced, software is developed and researched – all removed from their cultural background. Thought processes and knowledge systems have detached themselves from occidental philosophy and religion. They can connect with any culture and can develop further within any cultural context. Despite deep cultural differences, thought and knowledge systems have spread across societal and territorial borders. Global science is free from culture-specific conditions and assumed requirements. This is a process of deconstruction that western philosophy has embarked upon. Research and development requires the formulation of hypotheses. These tend to vary according to whether they stem from a European or Asian perspective, for imagination and innovation have been strongly culture-dependent. However, as the links to a past European knowledge system fade away there emerges a pool of global cultures and the opportunity to explore and pursue not only the well-worn paths of European thought...

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