Shocking Examples of the Idiotic Thinking & Stupid Behavior of Human Beings!

Shocking Examples of the Idiotic Thinking & Stupid Behavior of Human Beings! : Male-Dominance, Ignorance, Religions & Willful Stupidity!

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CULTURES / RELIGIONS Despite the ages that have passed since homo sapiens developed the ability to think and behave in ways that transcended our animal origins-and in remarkable ways distinguished us from other primates-many male humans in particular have continued to exhibit animal-like behavior, and today remain fixated on violence-not only toward other humans but also toward animals, other species of life, and the Earth itself. There is more to the story of why so many human males are prone to engage in violence-and remarkably, most of this story has to do with attempts by men to establish controls and high standards for human behavior that to an astonish-ing degree had the opposite effect. The reason for this is that these religious-inspired attempts were based on the misunderstanding, misuse and abuse of human sexuality combined with the fundamental ignorance and willful stupidity of human males. This book explains why and how this incredible situation developed and continues today. It also includes some extraordinary recommendations.show more

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  • Paperback | 148 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 9.4mm | 281.23g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1508676194
  • 9781508676195

About Boye Lafayette De Mente

Boye Lafayette De Mente has been involved with China, Japan, Korea and Mexico as a journalist, editor and author since 1948. He is the author of 60-plus cultural-insight books on the business practices, social behavior and languages of the above countries. All of his titles are available from Amazon. See his website boyedemente.com for more.show more