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More thoughts on the growing female identity problem and alienation – the “female problem” – continuing effects of dehumanization

Recently, I made this statement: “The female, nowadays, has become alienated from the mother instinct.  That is to say, the mother instinct keeps prodding them but they are not in tune with it or are disassociated with it.  This is … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the phases of Victorian society – defining what an “era” is

Here’s a thought I had: It seems to me that we are still in the “Victorian” era.  That is to say, we are still under its sway and influence.  Perhaps, we could say that we are in a “post-Victorian phase” … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the myth of ‘mental problems’ – how Victorianism made ‘mental problems’ bad and a moral condemnation

I have always felt that having ‘mental problems’ is not a bad thing.  We all have some sort of ‘mental hangup’, some worse than others.   Having a ‘mental problem’ can be a strength in some cases.  In other cases, it … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Victorianism and Confucianism – the ‘Under Religion’

It seems to me that Victorianism and Confucianism is very similar and have had similar effects.  Most certainly there are differences . . . and there are many . . . but the similarities seem to suggest a similar pattern of thought. … Continue reading

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Thoughts on alienation and tribal society – the Lost Tribe Sickness

I have always felt that a lot of the alienation we saw in the 1800-1900’s in western Europe and the US may have had a lot of origins with the fall of tribal society.  Most people don’t think of western … Continue reading

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Thoughts on how chivalry is dead

A conversation yesterday made me want to write about a feeling I often have.  Again it involves the female . . . and, unfortunately, it is not in a good light.  It’s sad to me that whenever we talk about females the … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the Victorian character

The Victorian character has always fascinated me.  Of course, something that existed as long as it did in so many different countries and in many different historical situations will develop a lot of variations.  But, it seems, there are traits … Continue reading

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