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Author Topic: Ethics in Reformed Celtic Recon  (Read 4967 times)
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« Reply #7: November 27, 2009, 08:47:31 pm »

I know you probably wont go for the Wiki thing but its just to explain a term
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/High_culture
We all have high cultures, in some cases like in IReland its highlighted by history and an obvious state of cultural diglossia. The high culture because its the culture of the elite is the culture of social mobility so anyone looking to 'better themselves' adopts it to a degree. Its less obvious in the US where you have a lot of 'popular cultures' but the high culture is still there. Obama and the traits he has in common with other well off people or even former presidents is a good example.

Im not saying I think all recons should wear suits, be clean shaven and get into venture capital but since America is a capitalist country and aspiring towards wealth is natural the high culture is more applicable there then it would be here.


   I understand what you are saying but I am having a problem imagining an earth/nature based religion coinciding with what some of our big businesses have become.
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