Globalization suggests that we humans are all internationalists, who think similarly and are only cosmetically affected by geography. But is this true? How does geography influence thought and ideas? Do people from different cultures think differently? How much of “home” is there in great art and great creativity? Is there a distinct European, Asia, American, African, or Antipodean world view? And, on a more profound level, do the children of Aristotle think differently to the descendants of Confucius?