How do we drive forward the enlightenment of the 21st century?
Can we rely on science, education and the open market forces to grow in the 21st century? How should education and enlightment help us grow? Can too much emphasis on science and education actually make us stall the growth of enlightment?
Have the rules of ethics, what makes us humans been lost in pursue of scientific, economic and educational enlightenment? Do we need to redefine the rules of ethics or have we just lost track of the basic ethics of centuries ago? If we need new ethics, how should they be defined?
How should the idea of universalism transform our society? Do we need to change the society? Can we as humans accept the change that is needed for universalism to become reality? How do we make people accept the fact that what once was is not going to be what will be?
Have these questions been raised before, centuries ago, just in another context? Are we moving in a cyclistic pattern with the only exception that the needs for enlightenment has changed? Did we lose track of why we needed the enlightenment and am now in a need to redefine it?
Thats just some thoughts I had on the video. There might be more added if needed as the thread hopefully developes.