Wednesday, 1 April 2009

Where To Draw The Line When Defending Cultural Norms

When we respect the sovereignty of other cultures, is there a danger of compromising our own values? I came across a wonderful article in the May/June 2008 issue of Psychology Today about the authentic self. ...
...It discussed the North American obsession with self awareness, and whether or not there is a “true” self that determines enjoyment in life. “A hunger for authenticity guides us in every age and aspect of life,” says the author Karen Wright. “It drives our explorations of work, relationships, play, and prayer.” ...
Full Story: Where To Draw The Line When Defending Cultural Norms; Written by Emily Hansen




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