Chairman: Ivo Šlaus, member of the Board of Trustees of the World Academy of Art and Science, and President, South East European Division, World Academy of Art and Science, Zagreb, Croatia.
Editor-in-Chief: Orio Giarini, Director of The Risk Institute (Geneva and Trieste, Publisher).
Managing Editor: Garry Jacobs, Member of the Board of Trustees of the World Academy of Art and Science and Vice-President, The Mother’s Service Society, Pondicherry, India.
Members: Walter Truett Anderson, Ian Johnson , Michael Marien, Nese Kavak, Winston Nagan, Francesco Stipo.

The Cadmus Journal
The acronym of the South-East European Division of The World Academy of Art and Science – SEED – prompted us to initiate a journal devoted to seed ideas – to leadership in thought that leads to action. We put this sentence as a motto, but we realized that we needed a name for the journal. For our website it was easy to decide on, but the name of a journal is more demanding. Several suggestions were made: Mercator (Gerard Mercator born as Gerard de Cremer in 1512 in Rupelmondanus – a Dutch mathematician, astronomer, and best known as a  cartographer, professor at University of Leuven, He signed his work with Gerardus Mercator Rupelmondanus. Indeed, we are trying to provide maps) and, following the example of Daedalus, used by the American Academy of Arts and Sciences for its journal, Cadmus. Cadmus (or Kadmos in Greek and Phoenician mythology) was a son of King Agenor and Queen Telephassa of Tyre, and brother of Cilix, Phoenix and Europa. Cadmus is credited with introducing the original alphabet – the Phoenician alphabet, with “the invention” of agriculture, and with founding the city of Thebes. His marriage with Harmonia represents the symbolic coupling of Eastern learning and Western love of beauty. The youngest son of Cadmus and Harmonia is Illyrius. The city of Zagreb, which is the formal seat of SEED, was once a part of Illyria, a region including what is today referred to as the Western Balkans and more.
Cadmus will be a journal for fresh thinking and new perspectives that integrate knowledge from all fields of science, art and humanities to address real-life issues, inform policy and decision-making, and enhance our collective response to the challenges and opportunities facing the world today.

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South-east European Division of the World Academy of Art and Science (SEED-WAAS), Zagreb
This CADMUS issue is a complement to the European Papers on the New Welfare n. 15, issn 19708947

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