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The inescapable complementary twin of evolutionary alienation is evolutionary authenticity.

Hoe worden we betere voorouders?

(dit keer een vertaling van een bericht van Eerste Natie activiste Winona LaDuke van vanmorgen op www.humansandnature.org) Door: Winona LaDuke bron: http://www.humansandnature.org/how-to-be-better-ancestors Hoe lang nog laat u anderen de toekomst van uw kinderen bepalen? Vechten wij niet voor een beter

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

(English) Aboriginal rituals synchronize us with ‘how nature works’

Onze verontschuldigingen, dit bericht is alleen beschikbaar in Amerikaans Engels.

Geplaatst in Applied Mythology, Applying Anthropology, Cultural Selfreflection, Epistemology, Evolutionary Alienation, Evolutionary Authenticity, Family & Community Continuity, First & Second Nations, Organisms as Selfcorrective Systems, Rituals of Passage and Affliction, Transitional Spaces Getagd met , , ,

Het gemis en de zucht naar diep-veilige ruimtes in moderniteit

Onze verontschuldigingen, dit bericht is alleen beschikbaar in Amerikaans Engels.

Geplaatst in Applied Mythology, Applying Anthropology, Complementary female-male worlds, Epistemology, Evolutionary Alienation, Evolutionary Authenticity, Gender Complementarity, 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

Geplaatst 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

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