To get rid of globalization means taking leave from the present, because
there is a deep relationship between globalization and life experience.
In the author's view, the experience of globalization can be compared to
the experience of the "sublime dynamic" of Immanuel Kant: globalization
creates a chaotic world and perpetual transformation in which every
man must find his own equilibrium. Science fiction has succeeded in
anticipating this post-human, or hyper-human transformation that characterizes the global future: in "Solaris and Blade Runner" the look at the
future is still connected with the traditional idea of humanity, seen as a
long history of ties and breaks between generations. This past - that can
not and does not have to pass, if we want to remain human, and to be
capable of inventing the future - is necessarily based on the morality of
the human being.