Tag Archives: Cultural Anthropology

Moon Day Review: Murder by Numbing

Be ye culturally and morally conformed to the matrihex by the relaxation of your will and the corruption of your minds! Continue reading

Posted in Asia, Conspiracy Theories, Contraceptives, Culture Wars, Discerning Lies and Deception, Discernment, Wisdom, Enduring Suffering, Freedom, Personal Liberty, Glory, Holding Frame, Models of Failure, Moon Day Review, Music, Politics, Purpose, Satire | Tagged , , | 5 Comments

The Overton Shake

Has the Overton window divided to form distinct Left and Right factions? Continue reading

Posted in Culture Wars, Influence, News Critique, Organization and Structure, Politics | Tagged , , | 21 Comments

Moon Day Review – Howling at the Moon

Insane journalism, asinine politics, good laughs, and a few wise words… Continue reading

Posted in Child Development, Confidence, Conspiracy Theories, Culture Wars, Models of Failure, Models of Success, Moon Day Review, Satire | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

Breaking the Fifth Wall – A New Protocol for Post-Truth Debate

In a world where no one recognizes truth or ethics, what do we fall back on? Continue reading

Posted in Conflict Management, Culture Wars, Fundamental Frame, Models of Success, News Critique, Politics, Power, Reviews | Tagged , , , | 1 Comment

Patriarchy vs. Matriarchy: Divorce and Government Spending

A review of divorce rates and government spending suggests that patriarchy doesn’t deserve the bad rap that it has been given by feminists. Continue reading

Posted in Culture Wars, International, Society, Statistics Reports | Tagged , | 3 Comments

Fake Knights and Phony Princesses

Chivalry has been romanticized and abused to the point of losing its true value, and even contributing to the downfall of western society. Continue reading

Posted in Conflict Management, Models of Failure, Personal Presentation, Self-Concept, Society | Tagged , | 5 Comments

Foundations of Cultural Ethics and Chivalry

An exploratory discussion of cultural foundations, ethical systems, and Chivalry. Continue reading

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Consideration vs. Fatalism

This post addresses the cultural differences between the fatalistic insulation of far-Eastern culture, and the faithful consideration of western culture. Continue reading

Posted in Collective Strength, Cultural Differences, Influence, Questions from Readers, Taiwan | Tagged | 1 Comment