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28 notes tagged "culture"

  1. making for the sake of making  
    Excessive technocentrism is the problem whereby entrepreneurs primarily pursue technology driven by a desire to make an impressive innovation and
    technology environment society sustainable culture
  2. shared culture and getting our story wrong  
    the shared culture of a people serves as a lens that shapes the perceptions and behavior of its members in ways both beneficial and destructive.
    culture stories society
  3. work  
    By shifting our perspective on history and embracing the present, we can unlock our true potential and break free from self-imposed limitations. Discover the transformative conversations with the Catalyst, a psychological coaching that helps individuals overcome fear and resistance, embrace their unique perspectives, and create better futures for themselves and others.
    coaching fiction individuality culture change
  4. mass consumerism and excessive overconsumption  
    the acquisitive consumption, where things are acquired at a scale that exceeds one’s needs, or even one’s capacity to consume repetitive consumption
    triplicity culture
  5. new communalists and new left  
    New Communalists, who believed that a cocktail of personal computing and psychedelic drugs could offer refuge from government power and the struggle
    culture feminism
  6. beeing a grown-up in a contemporary culture  
    contemporary culture … been grown-ups through responsibly exercising parental, fiduciary, relational, and societal roles … we play all these mature
    culture individuality
  7. patterns of cultural influences and personal biographies  
    where we find patterns, we also will likely find core, emotion-laden ideas within us … internalized messages from daily life (from popular media,
    culture relationship
  8. freedom to choose recoils in anxiety of change  
    never in human history have individuals been freer to choose their life path, their values, and to serve what is true for them. what is most
    individuality change culture diversity
  9. six stages of ancestral passage to adulthood  
    in traditional societies … growing up was a matter of survival … the transition from the naiveté and dependency of childhood to adult sensibilities
    culture tradition individuality
  10. doubt protects mystery from stagnation  
    the doubt which keeps alive the dialectical values, and therefore protects a culture from reification and stagnation, also serves to enliven the
    culture theology
  11. gender and other cultural fantiasies  
    while sex is biologically driven, gender is socially construed, and constricting definitions for men and women then have proved still another of
    fiction sexuality culture theology
  12. the end of history  
    the phrase “the end of history” was coined by Hegel (the first philosopher to speak the language of modern social science) to refer to the liberal
    authority culture hegelian
  13. confused dictatorships of prosperous liberal democracies  
    over the years, we have seen huge setbacks … yet, liberal democracy has endured and come back repeatedly, because the alternatives are so bad …
    authority culture
  14. white supremacist capitalist patriarchy  
    a term coined by the late feminist critic and social theorist Bell Hooks that describes a system that benefits from inequality and exploitation, and
    authority feminism culture
  15. letter two hundred years of psychotherapy  
    puritanism, with all its subtle and not-so-subtle warpings of the culture, and the monotheism in thought, rather than religion, that has infected
    therapeutic culture collective
  16. tech engineers desire  
    engineering desire, is the approach of Silicon Valley, authoritarian governments … happens in labs, with cold, lifeless instruments … use
    authority technology society culture
  17. the slavery of the machine  
    It is mentally and morally injurious to man to do anything in which he does not find pleasure. It is impossible to sweep the streets with mental,
    technology culture
  18. true artist and amusing craftsman  
    The true artist is a man who believes absolutely in himself, because he is absolutely himself, takes no notice whatever of the public, a beautiful
    artist culture
  19. conformity and artistic novelty  
    Most people go through their lives in a sort of coarse comfort, like petted animals, without ever realising that they are probably thinking other
    culture artist conformity
  20. public beauty and novelty  
    The one thing that the public dislike is novelty. The vitality and progress of art depend in a large measure on the continual extension of
    culture artist conformity
  21. social classes partial realisation  
    No class is ever really conscious of its own suffering. They have to be told of it by other people, and they often entirely disbelieve them … The
    culture individuality
  22. all hipsters look alike  
    for a hipster, the rival is popular culture—he eschews anything popular and embraces what he believes to be eclectic, but he does so according to
    culture mimetic
  23. distinctions between good and poor taste  
    Taste is an individual’s pattern of preferences for certain qualities of form over others. Social and cultural experiences influence taste, so our
    culture
  24. authority over using personal names  
    we’re all now first-name people … You’ve got your ancestors with you in your psyche when you use your last name, your brothers and sisters. To have
    mononym culture individuality
  25. sophisticated therapeutic class  
    The sophisticated “therapeutic class” who come to private therapy have their stories already formed into the therapeutic genre, that is, the story
    therapeutic culture
  26. picaresque mode parody of the individuation  
    the realm of picaresque reflection, of seeing through every established stance, yet without moral implication … to the society which to the
    individuality culture conformity
  27. Gurdjieff and Kundabuffer  
    teachings of G.I. Gurdjieff who grew up in the Caucasus region of the Russian steppes and explored the Essene and Sufi traditions in central Asia,
    sufi culture
  28. three levels system in society  
    Societies before the modern era and those still functioning in less-developed parts of the world believe that most people are to be left permanently
    triplicity culture hindu

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