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Synonyms: Kaninchenzüchterverein

In German language there exists a term 'Kaninchenzüchterverein' that literally means an association of rabbit breeders, but in philosophical and political context this term is used as reference to an ...

Tags: Anthropology Behavior Control Psychology Sociology


Categories: Philosophy Psychology Sociology


Comment on Rampages

This is actually a comment on three posts at the [[http://socialevolutionforum.com/2012/12/16/canaries-in-a-coal-mine-ii-we-too-are-asking-why/| Social Evolution Forum]] on rampages interpreted as early signs of social unrest. **Firstly**, By demonstrating a tenfold increase in ...

Tags: Ideology Imprecision Society Sociology


Categories: Psychology Sociology


Cannibalism

Synonyms: Men Eating, Anthropophagy

**Cannibalism** is the use of other human body parts for nutrition, to meet, so to say, the need of of essential nutrients and energy supply.

Tags: Anthropology Behavior Psychology Sociology


Categories: Psychology Sociology


Denkhemmung

Synonyms: blocked rational thinking

Denkhemmung is a German word. It is not used in German language either. I invented it to describe a phenomenon that people are unaware of the obvious but invent irrational ...

Tags: Anthropology Behavior Ideology Psychology Sociology


Categories: Psychology Sociology


Dignity Rule

The Dignity rule is a rule of [[../SocialEvolution|social evolution]]. It states that the more advanced a human society the more the dignity of its members, us humans, is respected. This ...

Tags: Anthropology Ideology Rules Society Sociology


Categories: Sociology


Evolution of a societies life cycle

Synonyms: History

The evolution of societies life cycles is tightly connected with human history. In fact human history is the collection of various accounts of human societies rise and fall. As a ...

Tags: Anthropology Evolution Sociology Theory


Categories: Psychology Sociology


Friedrich August von Hayek

**Friedrich August von Hayek** (1899-1992) is an Austrian economist. <> His contribution to fauceir theory is twofold. # He wholeheartedly supported liberalism and by developing arguments he discovered that ...

Tags: Liberty Personage Sociology


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Hayek On Cultural Evolution

How [[../FriedrichAugustvonHayek|F.A.v. Hayek]] described social evolution is shown in this video. <> Hayek can be considered kind of a [[../Vordenker|Vordenker]] of fauceir theory. His view that social rules, ...

Tags: Anthropology Control Evolution Sociology Theory


Categories: Sociology


State

An anarchist's definition of a state goes as follows. <> Briefly, the State is that organization in society which attempts to maintain a monopoly of the use of force and ...

Tags: Anthropology Society Sociology


Categories: Sociology


Ideology

**Ideology** is a set of rules that force human thinking in a direction that ensures best enslavement. In other words and more sarcastically, ideology can be defined as a set ...

Tags: Psychology Society Sociology


Categories: Sociology


Malthus Paradox

**[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thomas_Robert_Malthus|Thomas Robert Malthus]]** in his //Essay on the Principle of Population// stated that populations growth will lead to famine and populations will decline<>. Some scientists even predict a next ...

Tags: Anthropology Paradox Society Sociology Theory


Categories: Philosophy Sociology


Too-big-to-fail Myth

Wikipedia explains the [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Too_big_to_fail|term too-big-to-fail]] economically only. By that definition the term describes a set of enterprises whose failure may be disastrous to the whole economy, so the state is ...

Tags: Myth Sociology Theory


Categories: Biology Psychology


Psychopathy

== Definition **Psychopathy is a psychological condition of humans that are completely emotionless** == Remarks * Psychopathy is predominantly studies among criminals, serial killers in particular, but psychopaths exist with ...

Tags: Anthropology Psychology Society Sociology


Categories: Psychology


Revolution

We call **revolution** a fundamental evolutionary novelty in any kind of social evolution processes.

Tags: Evolution Sociology Theory


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Robbers Cave Experiment

**Robbers Cave Experiment** is a psychological experiment on social groups carried out in 1954 by Muzafer Sherif <>. 20 adolescent boys were driven to a state park, divided into ...

Tags: Adaptation Anthropology Psychology Society Sociology


Categories: Psychology Sociology


Social Revolution

Synonyms: Revolution, social

**Social Revolution** is the subset of revolutions that affect human societies, mostly larger groups of people such as nations.

Tags: Sociology Theory


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Society

Synonyms: human society; social body

**Society** is the generic term in sociology. As only human societies are considered in sociology, **human society** is synonymous. A society is a group of people held together by at ...

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Society's life cycle

Synonyms: Life cycle society

As all fauceirs have a limited life span, this is true for [[..Society|societies]] a subset of [[..SocialFauceir|social fauceirs]] too, of course. The life span of societies may vary from a ...

Tags: Anthropology Society Sociology Theory


Categories: Philosophy Sociology


Spinster Phenomenon

**Spinster phenomenon** is a behavior pattern among females that live in social compounds. When males are absent females take over the social roles of males. == Rational == Such a ...

Tags: Anthropology Behavior Phenomena Society Sociology


Categories: Biology Sociology


Wealth

Synonyms: Human Wealth

Wealth is a property of social fauceirs describing the amount of usable resources. People, families, companies, a group shareholders, nations, and even the whole human population can be wealthy. == ...

Tags: Economy Sociology


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Why fauceirs not memes?

Meme is an evolutionary unit devised by Richard Dawkins to explain social evolution in a fashion similar to genes<>. [[http://www.smithsonianmag.com/arts-culture/What-Defines-a-Meme.html|When I first learned about memes]], the fauceir concept was ...

Tags: Adaptation Anthropology Core theory Genetics Ideology Religion Selection Sociology System Theory


Categories: Philosophy Sociology


 
   

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