Collective Ideas – A Path to Greater Decisions?

Given our complex modern society, one could question if the key for building a better world is wider collaborative behaviour among us. Imagine that larger groups are potentially more intelligent than the smartest person in a group of “ experts.” Human connection can expand itself through collaboration if we just investigate further very simple but relevant examples of such action.

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Terror in Europe: Extremism from Both Sides

The local population’s sentimental reactions of these attacks are clear: fear and anger. Eventually, each side of the population will construct an enemy’s face. “The domino effect of terror” is the chain of reaction caused by fear. The sentiments of revolt combined with a desire for justice can create the continuous effect of violence towards both Europeans and Muslims; as victims or perpetrators.

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