Hypercomplexity vs. Single thought must be admitted, however, that removing the globalization process from which some seek to encallejonar it, i.e., in the economic and then, to a lesser amount, politically, to take it to the ground of the socio-cultural, raises hypercomplexity epistemological requirements and would require addressing topics such as chaos, self-organization, fractals and fuzzy sets. Manuel Castells (the era of the information, the city and citizens, the Internet Galaxy) insists, an analysis dump toward communication, in a real virtuality, i.e., the symbols are converted to real experience and where it changes the concept of power and up to the logical reason. This leads to what we have already pointed out, building networks as new forms of power and be reborn, in all its splendor, of local life. It’s something we might call with Zigmunt Bauman (Liquid modernization, Globalization.) The human consequences) the end of geography, a purpose that affects from love and human links to art itself. Perhaps Bauman first in having used the term glocalization, to highlight the damage of a one-sided look, i.e. only looking from the global point losing sight of the local. And it is here, believe us, where there are to look the subject culture in the global world, changing the direction of the gaze, something that cannot understand the left caviar.
We are, therefore, faced with a situation which we have called multiculturalism which requires a multidimensional look. And, obviously, that rescue rejects global as a simple homogenization. Finally, after all, the global multiply lad interdependencies. Frederic Munne, (of the globalization of the world to the globalization of the mind) analyzes the topic managing points such as non-linear relationships, chaotic dynamics, weld organization, development Fractal and fuzzy boundary. Briefly: globalization is not a succession of causes and effects-linear, so you have to read it as a hypertext, insists Munne, pointing out that non-linear or a linear context shows different realities: in one, the uncertainty is ignorance that emanates from the missing information, while in this happens to be a source of knowledge in both that emanates from the emerging information.