A Global Ethic and Cultural Heritage

“Not only our mind, but also our hearts and feelings, should advocate a Global Ethic,” said Hans Küng, an honorary president of the Global Ethic Foundation. It is known that art (whether in terms of processes of artistic creation or perception) fosters creative links between direct emotions and the mind. Due to these links, art produces multilayered meanings that stimulate transformative processes in the life of an individual, but also in society in general.

In this context, a Global Ethic seeks to define and promote mutual ties which we can discover in the theater, concert hall, and art gallery – in all those places in which a man feels and understands the beauty of encountering different cultural and religious world views.