Globalism and the Continuous Internal Equality with Oneself

  • Elena Bagina Institute of Civil Engineering of Ural Federal University named after B. N. Yeltsin

Abstract

The processes of globalization that lead to loss of national and cultural peculiarities of big cities arouse a keen interest toward the idea of identity. Opposite tendencies develop as a reaction to globalization, including increase of national consciousness that implies a high interest toward national history, traditions and religion. The philosopher E. H. Erikson defined identity as continuous internal equality with oneself. This definition suits urban studies best of all.

How to Cite
BAGINA, Elena. Globalism and the Continuous Internal Equality with Oneself. project baikal, Russian Federation, n. 42, p. 83-85, sep. 2014. ISSN 2309-3072. Available at: <http://www.projectbaikal.com/index.php/pb/article/view/793>. Date accessed: 22 sep. 2018. doi: https://doi.org/10.7480/projectbaikal.42.793.

Keywords

city; globalization; identity in urban planning; historical frame; density of the urban fabric; individuality of plasma; scale; skyline

Published
2014-09-22