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Within a globalized environment, where economies, political systems, information technologies and development opportunities interact, and where threats, conflicts and world proportions challenge, Global Responsibility Global Solidarity promotes civic humanism as a world alternative, based on the dignity of the human person and their responsible and free projection into the communities where political, economic and social life takes place. It is about an alternative coming from the best traditions of the West and enriched with relevant additions from contemporary thought. From classic authors such as Aristotle, Thomas Aquinas, Edmund Burke and Hannah Arendt, to contemporary figures such as Alejandro Llano, Alasdair MacIntyre, Charles Taylor and Amitai Etzioni, the proposals of humanist political thought enrich ideas, options, points of view, and ways to tackle questions of the human person and their dignity, liberty, family, equity and justice, migration, work, the market, the media, the environment, and political participation. From a humanist perspective, to think and act in today’s society implies reckoning the proposals of several modern thinkers on political systems with the ideas that prevailed in the twentieth century, and projecting these to our days. To Karl Popper or Isaiah Berlin’s criticisms regarding totalitarian and authoritarian ideologies’ threats to liberty, we can propose as a mirror those of Giovanni Sartor