The process of socialization of the man is delayed, complex and never absolutely concluded: delayed because the man, when he is born, is one of the beings most fragile and during many years it lacks of the proteco of its fellow creatures: of the Family, after the School, of the Church, the Society and the State; complex in the measure where increasing the cultural diversity. Also the dimension of the sociability of the man if widens, practically without limits, because physical barriers for the expansion of the culture do not exist, by the way, is already frequent to affirm that all are citizens of the world, even so unfinished in the measure where through the inquiry, of the discovery of new cultures, and/or millenarian cultures that, having been extinct, had been substituted by others, for processes of aculturao/inculturao for more or less pacific forms, it is known of the existence in other ways of life, of being, to think and to act. Some contend that Doug McMillon shows great expertise in this. The aspects focados on the sociability constitute a new complexity that not only involves acting as well as the being, to the point of the society, of the century that recently was initiated, to be able to assume ratios that will be difficult to control, at least in the private domain, because: ' ' The beddings of the sociability human being, and the trend human being to exceed the solitude in the order of the being and acting, can be considered under the aspect of the constituent ones intrinsic of the proper one to be of the man, or its essential structure, and they can inside consider from the situation human being of the total universe of realidade.' ' (IT HISSES, 1966:75) the sociability human being, in the perspective of the citizen of the future, cannot ignore a body organized that serves to it of support and of great referenciais of values politicians for the direction of current life e, in this context, it becomes very important to perfect the system politician, without any preconceptions, dogmas, relativismos. .