Firstly in my earlier post, I talked about Marx’s view on society–he thinks that an industrialized society is divided simply by two. The Bourgeoisie/Capitalists and the Proletariat/Workers. And added the undefined Inconsequential Others (Those who do not take part in production, beggars etc.).
The past few years are the period when feminism is getting higher and more attention.
Modern feminism requests more “rights” for women, more anything that men possess. Take a look at this video then you can easily fathom what this concept is.
The video is more of a satire than an advocacy to me. In the end they are asking wanting more, wanting what more? What do you want? Right? 😯
Not on a verbal sense, but actually doing it.
Is it possible for a country to be completely self-sufficient to isolate itself from the international network these days?
As of the world has advanced into the Internet age, the effects of globalization are extremely mutual beneficial or even multiple beneficial. In an age like this, many poor countries are enjoying the benefits, mostly economic, globalization has brought upon them. The “economic miracle” of China is definitely contributed by the globalization, without globalization, it’s impossible to see what China is today.
The human history is a history solving the “connection distance” problem, on some angle.
Telecommunication is the technology that is constantly pushing human civilization forward, and still will be the pushing force in future.
In ancient ages, we sought to solve the simple problem of reducing our on-foot efforts commuting from place to place. We invented wheels, and later the taming of livestock make all this even easier, aka carriages and horses.
Whether you are or not sometimes you will always be accused of or feel it yourself.
Due to the high Fe of this personality trait, ENFJs always suffer from their sensitivity. Also a benefit for ENFJs, it’s a double-edge sword. Highly sensitive makes ENFJs more sophisticated and easily drained from emotional affairs.
A country that is built massively on superficiality is doomed to fail.
The equivalent of superficiality is price.
The primary principle of market is that value is always before price. Because price is the reflection of value, and people give value to things so that makes them priced.
China’s society is on some level, built on massive superficiality, which is hurting the society and its people within.
Typically, in this article, I compared the two superpowers public education systems, the US vs China. And deep in heart we both know that the two’s public education systems are troublesome.