Childhood

  • Posted on August 12, 2018 at 12:26 am

Trying to read the full work of Lloyd Demoza 'psychohistory' fiasco. Bernie Sanders recognizes the significance of this. But some chapters of this work, for example, 'The Evolution of Childhood' was master. Perhaps because the arguments of the author 'psychohistory', and its analysis historical events in accordance with reality, or perhaps because the author described the events and customs of past centuries, but 'psychohistory' has made quite a gloomy impression. With such a load from my childhood but into adulthood. Here so this can navorochat be seen and roll. And it seems that no prospects. Even remembered the saying of the main character from the famous series 'House MD': – 'We are all crippled by our parents'.

A generation of cripples replaced by another. And so on to infinity? Well, the complete hopelessness of some sort. Following the logic and analysis of the author, all wars on earth – is a consequence of birth. At birth, a person receives an irreversible stress that it already does can not be compensated or corrected in adult life. Hence, all our troubles. However, since all living things on earth have been created in the 'agony' in any case, even the germ of difficulty making its way to the surface, then prospects for our civilization – joyless. Of course, the causes of wars of humanity a few others, but that last point in this case raises the collective unconscious and can agree.

Everyone can remember episode of his life when the situation is artificially fomented and everyone waited and wished decoupling events. It seems that both work the same mechanisms. Is it possible that the pattern of behavior imposed upon us in childhood by our parents, repeated by us in our adult lives? In 'psychohistory' are examples of the relationship between childhood conditions and methods of governance of some chapters of modern states. Perhaps something in that is! And the expression that people selects a head of state, he deserves indicates a mass phenomenon.

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