Monthly Archives: January 2017

(Deutsch) AMT FÜR UNLÖSCHBARE PROBLEME (Bazon Brock)

Sorry, this entry is only available in German.

Posted in Applied Mythology

(Nederlands) SCHAARSE HUMOR EN ZELFIRONIE

Sorry, this entry is only available in Dutch.

Posted in Complementary female-male worlds, Controlled Folly, Cultural Selfreflection, Gender Complementarity

Football and Indigenous Communities

Football (transgenerational fan) communities and indigenous communities have more in common from an anthropological gaze as we might expect. Anthropology, for already 150 years, tries to understand what are differences and similarities between small-scale and our large-scale (national) societies. From

Posted in Applied Mythology

GETTING BACK TO WHERE WE ONCE BELONGED

Take me back sings Van Morrison (1991) in search for when it felt so right, so good, the eternal now. The Eagles sang in Hotel Calfornia in 1976: I had to find my way back..to the place I was before.

Posted in Applying Anthropology, Beauty of Differences and Similarities, First & Second Nations, Practical Mythology, Systematically Getting Lost, Transitional Spaces

Discontents of the Nation, Contents of Indigenous Cultures

Sorry, this entry is only available in Dutch.

Posted in Applied Mythology, Cultural Selfreflection, Epistemology, Evolutionary Alienation, First & Second Nations, Organisms as Selfcorrective Systems

Sport, Play and Loteries as As-If Communication Patterns

To stay in touch with our distant animal pasts we, humans,  frequently ‘need to eat humble pie‘ and get into ‘transitional (liminal/sacred/ritual) spaces‘ and experience ‘communitas‘. These are our aboriginal ways to keep our collective minds (souls/hearts/bodies) sane and whole.

Posted in Applied Mythology, Controlled Folly, Cosmic Jokes, Cultural Selfreflection, Organisms as Selfcorrective Systems, Recoding Songs/Poems, Rituals of Passage and Affliction, Transitional Spaces Tagged with: ,

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