Cosmopolitan Cultural Citizenship as an Educational Strategy
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The recent civilization transition generates socio-cultural challenges for humanitari-an policy. How to learn to live in a multicultural world in the face of increasing globali-zation, integration and the information revolution which multiply differences? What cultural concept can be the basis for the transformation of education and humanitarian policy? The article deals with the dynamics of the comprehension of cultural strategies by applying the concepts of interculturality, multiculturality and transculturality. It is concluded that the concepts of transculturality and transversality are descriptively and normatively suitable to form a new educational policy and, in result, a global cultural citizenship.
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