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October 18, 2021

World (ijek. Svijet) is a common name for the whole human civilization, especially human experience, history or human condition in general, all over the world, e.g. means anywhere on Earth or that which applies to any place on Earth. In the philosophical context, the term can refer to: the entire physical universe, or ontological world (see disclosure of the world). In a theological context, the world usually refers to the material or impure sphere, as opposed to the heavenly, spiritual, sublime, or sacred. "End of the World" refers to scenarios of the end of human history, often in religious contexts. World history is often understood as a range of major geopolitical events over a period of about 5 millennia, from the first civilization to the present. The world population is the sum of all human populations at any given time; similarly, the world economy is the sum of all the economies of all societies (all countries), especially in the context of globalization. Terms such as world championship, world gross product, world flags, etc. they also refer to the sum or combination of all the sovereign states of today. In terms such as world religion, world language, world government, and world war, the word world suggests an international or intercontinental scope and does not necessarily imply the participation of the whole world. In terms such as the map of the world and the world climate, the word world is used in a sense separate from human culture or civilization, referring to a captive country physically.

The world in philosophy

In philosophy, the term world has several possible meanings. In certain contexts, it refers to everything that creates reality or the physical universe. In others, it may be a specific ontological meaning (see disclosure of the world). Although the clarification of the concept of the world has probably always been among the basic tasks of Western philosophy, it seems that this topic was developed explicitly only at the beginning of the twentieth century and was the subject of many discussions. The question of what the world is was by no means deeply rooted. Paramenides The traditional interpretation of Paramenides' work is that he argued that the everyday perception of the reality of the physical world is distorted, and that the reality of the world is "one being": an unchangeable, ungenerated, indestructible whole. PlatoU

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