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    1. Author(s): Alicia WalkerSource: Studies in Iconography, 2012, Vol. 33, Special Issue Medieval Art History Today—Critical Terms (2012), pp. 183-196Published by: Board of Trustees of Western Michigan University through its Medieval Institute Publications and Trustees of Princeton UniversityStable URL: https://www.jstor.org/stable/23924282

      artistic globalism : could be used as an illustration of the benefits of globalism in the cultural argument.

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    1. Danish Institute for International StudiesReport Part Title: Introduction:Report Title: EXPLAINING GLOBALIZATION SCEPTICISM

      globalism and scepticism

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    1. GlobalizationAuthor(s): Moisés NaímSource: Foreign Policy, March/April 2009, No. 171 (March/April 2009), pp. 28-30, 32, 34Published by: Slate Group, LLC

      an article that goes against globalism

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    1. Sassoon’s lament for the dehumanizing and destructive effects of technolatry represents “a true prophetic cry”:

      Does not Taylor in Secular Age speak to the same issue with the Christian's abandonment of the supernatural?

      Smith, J. K. A. (2014). How (not) to be secular: Reading Charles Taylor. Retrieved from https://play.google.com/store/books/details?id=7AYaAwAAQBAJ

      Taylor, C. (2018). A secular age. Cambridge MA: Harvard University Press.