home ita . home eng
CALUMET . intercultural law and humanities review
ISSN 2465-0145 (on-line)
Knowing How to “Make” Intercultural Diplomacy
Lobasso F.
Intercultural Diplomacy embodies the richest part of the possibilities offered by international relations (public and private) through dialogue, kind assertiveness, and truthfulness. It means identifying potential syntheses between different cultures and working together with the aim of rediscovering oneself in the Other, living purposefully in the Other, accepting oneself and accepting the Other more fully. Intercultural Diplomacy involves an area of action ranging from politics to trade, to development cooperation, culture, communication, solidarity, and the creativity of law. But more than anything else, there is a need to develop a permanent, natural, fluid, intercultural attitude that can avoid (or at least suspend) judgment, and push us to better understand surrounding realities, by savouring and metabolizing more effectively. Deepening some of the functions of the human psyche that are part of every person's world of behavioural responsiveness (such as understanding, knowledge, vision, organization, experimentation, determination, synthesis) can greatly help to achieve these goals, allowing us to appreciate everyday life as a continual and fertile discovery of what is new.




Ayat-i Bustan: The first Iranian journal of Husayni studies in Iran

***New Book On Shiites Studies***

Qisar al-hikam Book Review

"Shylock del Bengala" e seguito giurisprudenziale 1

"Shylock del Bengala" e seguito giurisprudenziale 2


Center for Intercultural Studies Saint Louis University

Juris Diversitas

Unio - Eu Law Journal

Diritto e questioni pubbliche

Democrazia e sicurezza

Diritti Comparati

Accademia del notariato