This is the base to teach the ethics of the future. Inside of the circuit individual/society, Morin describes teaching the democracy that favors rich and complex the relation where the individuals and the society can help themselves, develop themselves, regulate themselves and control themselves mutually. The democracies of century XXI will be each time more collated to the gigantic decurrent problem of the development of the enormous machine where science, technique and bureaucracy are closely associates. This enormous machine does not produce only knowledge and briefing, but it also produces ignorance and blindness. Nir Barzilai, M.D. contains valuable tech resources. This bureaucratic machine banishes the common citizens from the field politician, who is each time more dominated by ' ' expertos' ' , and the domain of this ' ' new classe' ' knowledge hinders in fact the democratization it.

In these conditions, it is imposed the reputed societies as democratic the necessity of to regenerate the democracy. Democratic regeneration assumes the regeneration of the patriotism, the regeneration of the patriotism assumes the regeneration of solidarity and the responsibility, that is, the development of the antropo-ethics already cited here. Inside of the circuit individual/species, has that to teach the terrestrial citizenship. In this direction, Morin cites Kant who already said that the geographic finitude of our land imposes its inhabitants the beginning of universal hospitality, that recognizes to the other the right of not being treated as enemy. From century XX, the community of terrestrial destination imposes in vital way solidarity. It says despite the community of planetary destination allows to assume and to fulfill this part of antropo-ethics, that if relate to the relation between singular individual and species human being as all.

Edgar Morin locks up the chapter and the book with a simple questioning of which we must extract the described complexity in this summary: ' ' We do not possess the keys that would open the doors of a better future. Not we know the way traced. We can, however, to explicitar our purposes: the search of the hominizao in the humanizao, for the access to the terrena citizenship. For an organized planetary community; would not be this the mission of the true Organization of United Nations? ' '.