People do not protect and defend their beliefs about their identities because they are logical or because the stories they have heard are correct. Rather, they grow up in environments that enforce these beliefs and identities upon them. This is their home, where they feel a sense of belonging. It&
A person is not defined by their language. Language is indeed a component of one's geopolitical and cultural context, but it does not represent the individual; a language does not equate to a nation. This is particularly evident today, as many people have grown up speaking English due
Greek civilization, with its iconic architecture and distinguished philosophers, is often heralded as the cornerstone of Western culture. It is commonly asserted that Greek heritage played a pivotal role in shaping the West. However, this perspective warrants a deeper exploration: Why do we perceive Greek culture in such a monolithic
These groups are vital; they provide rituals and symbols, creating a framework of rules. Within these rules, we either generate new systems or contribute to existing ones. These systems are where we find, know and perceive ourselves, as long as we are human.