By: Nouri Arif
I would like to address this issue with one proviso, that being the exclusion of any ceremony that initiates a male into a private or secret society. The intent of this posting, then, is to address the issue in terms of what it is...
By: Althea
Boas and Freud, a match never thought possible. They would seem to be natural born enemies, Freud the very essence of what Boas seemed to be fighting against yet despite many differences Boas found fundamental similarities with Freud. The fact that Boas was interested...
By: River Addington
In India and Iran in early times there was a presence known as the "Aryans". It is believed that "Aryan" derives from "Noble" in ancient languages. It is also believed that there is a people derived from these Aryans still living today. These days they...
By: Gemma Wiseman
The identity of the Aryans borders on a limbo world between legend and fact. Was there a semi-nomadic Nordic White race of Aryans, from the steppes of southern Russia, who invaded Asia as far as India in c1700B.C.? Did they originate in Europe or...
By: Gordon Hamilton
The very mention of "Aryan" or "Aryan people" in modern times perhaps immediately and understandably conjures up images of swastikas, iron crosses and other associated Nazi apparel. It is indeed a fact that since the defeat of Nazi Germany, the term "Aryan" has largely been...
By: Tim Baehr
Middle-Age BluesOne of the things I never quite got about the mythopoetic aspect of the men's movement was the question "What is your myth?" or "What myth are you living now?" I couldn't imagine myself in the role of hero, off on a...
By: Robert C. Sage
Since Japan's birth rate will not sustain the current population level, it faces a crisis of a graying society. Without a marked increase in births to sustain the current population level or alternatively inviting immigration from abroad, Japan faces not having enough workers to do...
By: Autumn Baccellia
Some of the earliest remains such as bones, tools, butchery marks on animal bones that were left by earlier humans, and other types of evidence have giving anthropologist an idea about how early humans lived, functioned as a group and adapted to their environments.It...
By: Kubla Khan
Really intelligent thinkers over the centuries have had some strange ideas about how humans survived in the pre-civilizational ages. Thomas Hobbes for example, political theorist/philosopher/author of The Leviathan, saw this early man as always walking the blade's edge between survival or death with "nature red...
By: Roy C Dudgeon
Appropriate Cultural Scale Theory: An IntroductionCultural scale theory is a theoretical orientation in the social sciences, which has especially been popularized by cultural anthropologists. In essence, scale theory focuses upon just that-the scale at which social, economic and political systems are organized, and the characteristics...

 

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