Is Globalization Really Necessary?

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Jamir Ahmed Choudhury said:   7 years ago
Respected Participants, I had participated on the question - "Is Globalization Really Necessary?" So far my acquired knowledge goes there are three kinds of antecedent and consequent relation such as - 'is', 'maybe', and 'must be'. This must be relation is called necessary relation like the relation between 'man' and 'mortality'. If it is asked - "Is mortality really necessary?", then what will be your opinions? From the pragmatically correspondent point of view, this is a vague, absurd, and self-contradictory question. But it is being found that almost all participants are answering in favor of this vague, absurd, and self-contradictory question. I think those answers resemble with the question - "Is Globalization Really Essential?" For this reason, almost all discussions of the previous sharing were either contrary or contradictory to the shared concept of the sharer of 'Kitaaba Wal-Hikmata", but the conclusion was in favor of the sharer of 'Kitaaba Wal-Hikmata'. So, the question is - "Can a necessary relation be established on the basis of opinions?" If the answer is affirmative, then I am 100% agree with your opinions. But if the answer is negative, then I have nothing to say save a BIG BIG SORRY!

In reality, the question - "Is Globalization Really Necessary?" leads mankind towards another question - "Is common run possible?" or towards John Rawls' Veil of Ignorance or towards Post Hoc Ergo Propter Hoc Statistics of Conspiracy Science.

I am a finite being like you. I had no verifiable as well as justifiable concepts of the Universe, World, Earth, Four Cardinal Directions in resemblance with four basic forces. Probably you have clear concepts of the differences between Rectangular Universe and Hexagonal World, Hexagonal World and Pentagonal Earth, Pentagonal Earth, and Three Ascending Stairs, Twice rising and Twice setting of the so-called sun or what real science calls Bullet or Morning Show & Evening Show of the Sister Planet Venus or Semi-anticlockwise & Semi-clockwise [Equal & Opposite] stages of journey of the Manifested Signs of Natural Magnetism. So, I had conceptualized projected Man-made Nature i.e. Global Trinity as well as Quaternary as Manifested Nature. In other words, like the above mentioned self-contradictory question, I had conceptualized Projected Conspiracy Science as Real Science. Now, I have searched out Irreversible Manifest Truth and shared those searched out Truth from the Depth of Darkness as Solidified Solid Human Rights in the 'Kitaaba Wal-Hikmata" in a logical method called Dictum De Omni Et Nullo. Kitaaba Wal-Hikmata'" explores Utilitarian Liberation and Sanctity of Education. Moreover, it sincerely invites all human beings who have the capability to prove that projected Man-made Magnetism & Copernican Universal Mal-Observation are Scientific Certainties to come forward with a view to playing the game of Magic with Equal & Opposite Manifested Signs of Natural Magnetism and Upright Logic openly and publicly. Like this participation, the method of discussion will begin with Neti-Neti Concept of the Advaita Vedanta of Sankara, then it will proceed following three core teachings of Gita - Do what is Right - Choose what is Good - Sticking to what is Truth, and ultimately it will end with Certainty. - Thank You.

Hope that the Web Page authority will not fail to project all shared concepts of the Sharer of "Kitaaba Wal-Hikmata" or "Manifested Nature and the Utility of One's Upright Logic".

Ramakulai Papannagari said:   7 years ago
My point of view whether globalization is necessary or not then I would I like to say that -yes it is very necessary. This globalization is a must necessary tool in today's world. For instance, when 2 persons met and exchange an idea, each gained a knowledge which is not known to them. Think this in the case of between countries. When we exchange something it automatically increases the particular thing which we have.

Whatever may be. I would like to say globalization that means exchanging of an idea, thinking, knowledge, advance service, employment, technology, etc, with other countries around the world.

Globalization has the important role for the development of economy like India. As we exchanged our ideas, thoughts with other countries will enhance our development. Since, In past, we did not have tea restaurant, university, advanced technology etc. It can resolve unemployment, lifestyle, skills communication. It is very important to bust up of the economy for developing countries like India. India is lacking in technology when coming across China, Japan etc.
Every country is an expertise in one or the other field. For Example - China is the expertise the technology, USA/Russia is an expert in Arm Services, India in Farming and consultancy. So globalization helps different countries to invest in other countries.
But if we think higher then we find that globalization is one of the strongest steps in bringing peace in this hungry world where everyone is ready to kill others to satisfy their own desires leading to crimes, corruption, terrorism etc. When god created this world then there were no boundaries. It's we who created these boundaries. Now when we are talking about globalization that itself means we are interested in crossing these boundaries and merging up together again like we were in the beginning of the generation where there were only peace and peace.
Since every coin has two faces one is head and another is Tail.

Similarly, globalization has also an advantage as well as disadvantage.


1) Employment improve.
2) Problems like scarcity, poverty decrease.
3) Rate of exchange increase.
4) Development of technologies.
5) Improvement in living standard. It gives us a luxury.


1) Globalization has impacts also due to rising in technology - pollution, cyber crimes.
2) Loss of own nation culture - Culture of India rapidly get extinct day by day, due to adapting western trends this is because of globalization.
3) ON family - Now a day, nobody can live happily in a joint family. All of us want our separate house and that's the reason of increasing old age homes.
4) Marriage - Marriage also has lost their values. Many divorce and marital affairs are seen which comes from ego and that's come due to globalization.

Finally, We should use globalization just for interacting with other countries but not following their culture and traditions.

Jamir Ahmed Choudhury said:   7 years ago
Almost all the participants share views and opinions in favor of Globalization. People also assigned points +275 in favor of Globalization and -10 in favor of the issue raised for discussion. But unfortunately/consciously the conclusion has been deduced hypothetically in favor of Nationalization. Does it not imply that the issue raised by the share of "Kitaaba Wal-Hikmata" or "Manifested Nature and the Utility of One's Upright Logic" is Categorical as well as Irreversible?

If it is asked - "How many days and how many nights are there within 24 hours [with four options], then what will be your practical answer in pragmatic correspondence with the meaning of Globalization & Man-made Magnetism but contradictory to Revelation [Equal & Opposite Law] & Manifestation [Natural Magnetism]?".

Options are - (a) Once Day and Once Night in pragmatic correspondence with the meaning of Globalization and projected Semi-anticlockwise & Semi-clockwise Full Circle through the introduced Man-made Magnetism in the name of Scientific Certainty;.

(b) Twice day and Twice Night in coherence with [Tawraat] Equal & Opposite Revelation.

(c) Twice Day and Twice Night in correspondence with [Injiil] Equal & Opposite Manifested Signs of Natural Magnetism.

(d) It is self-evident that [Furqaan] both (b) and (c) are true.

If you answer is (d) , then it will verify that Self-evident Truth includes both Coherence Truth and Correspondence Truth.

N. B. - Nature precedes Knowledge. The principle of the Uniformity of Nature and the Law of Causation are the two preconditions [Formal Grounds] of Knowledge. All pen-paper-pencil works and mechanical activities which are either contrary or contradictory to these two preconditions of knowledge can never be understood as Verifiable Truth of Facts [Real Science] and Justifiable Necessary Truth [Philosophy in the Truest Sense], but can easily be proved as Teleological Evidence Sorcery and Unique Epistemic Persecution. Manifest Truth does not require recognition, pointing, rating etc. As it is self-explained as well as self-evident. So, it is the right time to reflect on the Sanctity of Education. "Kitaaba Wal-Hikmata" published by Partridge explores Sanctity of Education and Human Liberation from Self-contradiction, Paradox, Evidence Sorcery, Killing of Faith & Belief in the name of Education called Persecution etc.

Wanyee kinuthia said:   5 years ago
Hello everyone.

My name is Wanyee Kinuthia and I live in Watamu, Kenya.

I completed my Master's degree at the University of Ottawa's School of International Development and Global Studies. My studies focused on the subject of globalization, within the context of economics.

According to Claire-Turenne Sjolander, the roots of "economic globalization" lie in the "acceleration and transformation of changes which came into play in the 1960s" heralding a major reorganization of the capitalist economy. Global economic competition intensified, as capitalism globally underwent a major structural change known as economic (neoliberal) globalization. Economic globalization is here understood as "a system fuelled by the belief that a single global economy with universal rules set by corporations and financial markets is inevitable. ".

Furthermore, The conditions of economic development and democracy have been profoundly and adversely affected by economic globalization, particularly due to the tremendous increase in the power of corporations relative to that of communities and labour. A report from the Institute of Policy Studies revealed that fifty-one of the top one hundred economic units in the world are corporations, not countries, while the world's top two hundred corporations account for almost a quarter of the total measured economic activity of the entire world. Hence, economic globalization may be more appropriately referred to as "corporate globalization".

After completing my graduate studies, I published a book titled "Madaraka: The Poor Shall Inherit the Earth. This book aims to provide readers with a general overview of neoliberal (economic/corporate) globalization - presently militarized via the fabricated you. S-led War on Terror - and to draw attention to the political economy of this exploitative system, which is marked by increasing inequality, oppression, and the exploitation of both people and the natural environment, exclusively for profit.

You can also visit my website www. Madaraka. Net to learn more.

Thank you,

Bittu said:   10 years ago
Yes Globalisation is necessary, for an economy to grow. Globalisation refers to the integration of economic, technological, socio-political factors with the world. And with globalisation, with the mutual cooperation and assistance -particularly with reference to the law of comparative advantage- it is going to be beneficial. Globalisation also helps reducing the poverty level in the country-there are plenty of evidences and record to support it. Developing countries specially require globalization. Because Indians are very rich in resources of skilled manpower.

So Other countries are interested to invest in India. We don't have that much funds/money to make very huge industries or developments. There is no shame to invite other countries for investing. Lot of advantages are there. Employment, infrastructure development, tourism, foreign exchange and etc. Even America would be nowhere if globalisation was an imaginary concept never put forward. Half the world's countries would be reeling in depression right now if not for globalisation.

For example, petroleum, most countries are on the verge of depleting their entire reserves and some countries don't have it at all. Seeing this if not for globalisation the entire world would be left crippled due to the massive energy crisis facing them. While globalisation is necessary it is not sufficient to ensure communities gain from globalisation. To keep and spread the gains, government must not only reduce barriers to trade and investment, they must also get domestic policies right.

Many people may think that globalisation is making poor countries poorer. However the evidence is very convincing that developing countries that globalise grow and reduce poverty level faster than those that do not. For example, recent study of 72 developing countries shows in the 1990's globalizing developing economies real incomes and output grew faster, on average about 4 times faster, than inward looking economies output.

Gaurav said:   10 years ago
Globalization is the mode of having good connections between the two countries. It ensures the peace in world by building a great network among these countries. It is the need of the hour for every nation to be globalized but before that a country should thoroughly probe its situation because globalization may also threaten the SMEs.

Globalization gives the chance to improve any nation's GDP by simply increasing the competition in its market. It also allows the customers to get desired products according to their needs by facilitating them several choices for the same product. India is also gaining the profit by introducing the globalization in its various sectors.

The sectors which are really benefited from this are mining, manufacture, various private sectors etc. Now the developing countries are also taking the experiences of already developed nations assets. The countries which are ram-shackled or facing the bad GDP, bankruptcy threat can raise their standard with the help of introducing foreign investments or items in their markets. It also allows better liquidity in their markets.

Due to this, the poor countries are getting a chance of levelling their shoulders with some great countries. The developed nations are also getting benefited by globalization because now their products are being sold in other nations which brings back more capital to their home. Introducing the outsourcing is directly connected with the development but it depends mainly on how we are implementing it and what are the areas in which it is implemented.

Jayesh Varchand said:   5 years ago
Globalization means sharing the resources that are useful to others as well as the sharing is beneficial for their economics. Considering India, we lack in advancement of technology, though we have vast improvement in last decade but still we export such technologies from foreign countries and not inventing such products that the world demand from us. Due to this scenario our exports are less than compared to our export, which results in decrease in value of Indian Rupees. Yes, I am agree we are not up to that extent that we can build such techs by our own research and hence we require them to enlighten us in such fields for starting, but if there will be no invention happening from our country and only Western invention are gonna imported by us nothing exported in balance, then this globalization is not truly worthy to India. But, as earlier many friends said globalization is inevitable, since demand of fuel in India and no resources for the same unlike you Just found out shell gas as alternative fuel to decrease their dependency on Arab countries, we don't have such natural resources, and by only exporting of spices and other simple goods we're not going to balance the effect on economy. So, my conclusion is that globalization is necessary for our country based on our situations but it is also must to balance its effects on our economy by inventing something that other countries depend on us and increase our export, this is what is needed to continue globalization by our country side.

Mohit said:   10 years ago
What is Globalization?

Globalization is a series of social, economical, technological, cultural, and political changes that promote interdependence and growth.

Globalization raises the standard of living in developing countries, spreads technological knowledge, and increases political liberation.

One of the benefits of globalization on a social level is an increased Human Development Index. The Human Development Index is a measurement of a country's social, political, and economical growth in comparison to other countries in the world.

Negative aspects of Globalization:

Globalization has led to exploitation of labor. Prisoners and child workers are used to work in inhumane conditions. Safety standards are ignored to produce cheap goods.

Earlier people had stable, permanent jobs. Now people live in constant dread of losing their jobs to competition. Increased job competition has led to reduction in wages, and consequently, lower standards of living.

Positive aspects of Globalization:

Globalization has created the concept of outsourcing. Work associated with software development, customer support, marketing, accounting, and insurance is outsourced to developing countries like India. So, the company that outsourced the work enjoys the benefit of lower costs because the wages in developing countries is far lower than that of the developed countries. Workers in the developing countries get employment. Developing countries get access to the latest technology.

Naman Jain said:   6 years ago
Today we all are living in the world of hi-tech. In this universe, we have number of countries. Each and every individual has at least one field. We all live like family. So globalization is very important to know each other, share their technical knowledge as well as spiritual knowledge. We can't be selfish if we want to survive in this universe. Globalization helps us to interact others about technology, knowledge and many other things.

Many people may think that globalisation is making poor countries poorer. However, the evidence is very convincing that developing countries that globalize grow and reduce poverty level faster than those that do not. For example, recent study of 72 developing countries shows in the 1990's globalizing developing economies real incomes and output grew faster, on average about 4 times faster than inward looking economies output.

Is it possible to convert 'Manifested Nature' in resemblance with our Will/Desire? In the Manifested World, the so-called sun [Bullet] rises twice and sets twice to cause the alteration of day and night. If I say that the so-called sun [Bullet] as the manifested sign of natural magnetism [Electromagnetic Wave of Einstein's Binary Pulsar] rises once from the East [Gravitational Field] and sets once in the West [Strong Field] to cause the alteration of day & night, then which established fallacy will fail to vitiate this sharing.

Pranali Nikhil Sohoni said:   9 years ago
Globalization is the process of bringing world economies closer to one another. It encourages healthy competition for mutual benefit and promotes trade. This economic cooperation translates into social and cultural understanding and peaceful co-existence.

However, globalization has been criticized and condemned by those who are more concerned about the disadvantages.

The most visible disadvantage is the great gap between the rich and the poor. Globalization leads to greater disparity between the developed and developing countries.

Also, multinational companies enjoy many advantages. For example, they are able to get cheap labour, which is readily available in the developing countries, and make enormous profits.

Competition between foreign industries and indigenous industries is often so unequal that many indigenous industries are forced to shut down. The toy industry in India, for example, is facing such stiff competition from the Chinese toy industry that the market for Indian toys is fast disappearing.

There is also the fear that multinational companies will cause further damage to the environment in the developing countries.

The fears may be real but the fact is that globalization is here to stay. It has brought the world closer together and with understanding, cooperation and healthy competition, the vision of this one world may be realized some day.

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