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The world we live in today, and the societies we have built, are doing quite well in some ways, but continue to struggle in other ways.
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Probably one of the bidmggerbsocial issues we face today, but not one we politicise and make popular.
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This is a good video thanks for posting (kurzgesagt usually are). But I wonder about the evolutionary bit at the beginning. It makes sense but is there any way to test it? & what value does it add?
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Does it mean we should instead focus our attention on a smaller circle of people (like our ancestors) to be less lonely?
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I see these arguments a lot (eg we should eat a Paleo diet) & they’re almost like an appeal to tradition but at least have the possibility of having some testable basis in biology/chemistry.
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Sticking with the evolution idea it would be interesting to know who is getting along well in modern society. Kind of like a next step in evolution.
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Either those who aren’t lonely bc they’re well integrated into society or those who aren’t integrated but still aren’t lonely.
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Loneliness doesn't necessarily mean you aren't integrated into society, it just means you need a larger social network or a better outlet. It's possible to be lonely but still have tons of friends
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that's true, seemed like the 'evolutionary' message from the video was loneliness was from being outcast from the 'tribe' in some way. so would be ppl outcast & not lonely vs lonely & not outcast
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" KHARMA IS A BITCH! "
Fun read:
http://archive.fo/YefH9
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“In each case the defendants had undergone something of a makeover for the courtroom, one that tapped into different archetypes of femininity that in turn function as vessels of association:
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part of a shared social mythology about innocence, youth, purity, hard work, good manners, respect for the court and the seriousness of the situation.”
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