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Tribalism

Discussion in 'Religious Debates' started by Fool, Jun 2, 2020.

  1. Fool

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  2. bobhikes

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    Tribalism is inherent in all humans, it was an evolutionary necessity only because of the Global society has it become a major problem.
     
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    It has always been a problem and will continue to do so, but we can ameliorate this with some changes.
     
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    Communicate the commonalities of all humans
    Integration of all humans on all levels
    Interaction of all humans on all levels

    You need the tribe to be the World.
     
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  5. Wild Fox

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    Humans and other social animals are neurologically primed for this. What is interesting is that oxytocin which is associated with empathy augments female us them behaviors in relationship to their offspring which was most certainty a protective behavior for the offspring.
     
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