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Observing/enjoying Nature offers a gate to paradise while it brings you into states of Grace.

How to Be Better Ancestors?

(this is a seminal post of this morning in ‘Sankofa‘ systemic thinking by First Nation activist Winona LaDuke. Source ‘Humans and Nature’ see HERE) By: Winona LaDuke How long are you going to let others determine the future for your

Posted in Beauty of Differences and Similarities, Cultural Selfreflection, Epistemology, Evolutionary Alienation, Evolutionary Authenticity, Family & Community Continuity, First & Second Nations, Organisms as Selfcorrective Systems

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

Corrupting Family and Social Bonds

In western philosophy and social sciences there seems to persist a conceptual fallacy for more than a millennium on small-scale (monocultural) societies and urbanized (multicultural) societies. Ancient Greek states were in fact city-states and ancient Greek Athens’ population consisted for

Posted in Applying Anthropology, Beauty of Differences and Similarities, Clinical Anthropology, Cultural Selfreflection, Epistemology, Evolutionary Alienation, Evolutionary Authenticity, Family & Community Continuity, First & Second Nations, Practical Mythology

(Nederlands) Poldermodel heeft voor- EN achterkanten

Sorry, this entry is only available in Dutch.

Posted in Applying Anthropology, Beauty of Differences and Similarities, Family & Community Continuity, Strange Dutch Culture

Genderworlds Are Always Complementary

Global feminism was and is an important social force to offer women equal opportunities. Western feminism, from an anthropological gaze, however ran into a dualistic trap which seem to have become contra-productive to their ultimate goal. We, women and men

Posted in Applied Mythology, Applying Anthropology, Beauty of Differences and Similarities, Complementary female-male worlds, Family & Community Continuity

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