Has the psychology of the world culture and art changed for the better in the last forty years or has it just gotten worse?
Those punks hanging round on random squares, with their mohawks and bottles of beer? Did they adapt and become upstanding citizens? Drop out and die? Are they still being punk, but in the privacy of their own homes? Have they turned into social workers? Security staff? Stockbrokers? Bricklayers?
...Ovaltine? Drive-In movies?
RexRed wrote:Has the psychology of the world culture and art changed for the better in the last forty years or has it just gotten worse?
Just for clarification: what exactly is "the world culture"?
Whatever happened to substantive discussions on the Philosophy forum?
A collective conscious culture of the world... In short, MTV...
Church on Sundays and dinner at the dining room table?[/qutoe]
The latter still happens. The former still happens. Most people don't go to Church on Sundays, because they're not Christian. It's simple as that. Why should we adhere to the Christian culture?
Why should we adhere to the Christian culture?
If MTV really is the world culture, then we should have died a long time ago.