After the Second World War, the process of economic integration, development of peace and wide social-economic integration between states and societies of European Communities have brought the need for seeking a common foundation of the European axiology.
If Europe wants to be the main and real actor in the world politics, it is necessary to understand what is the foundation of our culture and what role in the world Europe wants to play or what mission is a destiny of the European culture.
Humanistic values as well as human dignity, freedom, solidarity, justice, tolerance, intellect, peace still remain the foundation of deeper integration of the Union.
We must also understand some distinctions between the Union's objectives, the Union's values and the values in the European culture. The European Union is a new type of cooperation between of the states, governments and societies. There is no place for legal moralism (legal paternalism may also be a problem if the idea of law deregulation falls flat in the EU). The axiology of the Constitution expressed in many provisions of this act is an emanation of this cooperation founded on a compromise, welfare and peace. Deeper political cooperation in the system of the EU requires stronger reference to the axiological foundations of the European culture and sudden understanding the values community. This is a sine qua non, fundamental condition of growth of the Europe role in the world.