Tag Archives: Cultural Anthropology

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

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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

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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

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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

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