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Posted over 2 years ago
Steven Pinker: The surprising decline in violence
this comment runs mostly for mr sergio andd benjamin, we can take an example with precolumbian mexican tribes, i have studied them again read about them. does it sound right to say that this agriculturalists are also tropical people? they are people who live in places where resources are easy to get, you do ot needto fight because it is easy to get food and shelter, but only to hold a certain amount of population, such as jungle,most problems come when people from the upperlands, where resources are scarce or where poplationgrows higher because resources are abundant and when not enough land makes organised societies like the mexicas ( or aztecs) travel and conquer this low technology-easygoing tribal people, violence origin comes when this high tech tribes with great war prganisation, conquer this people whose interest runs in everyday live, they do not to organise, nature provides, but at the same time you can not keep a high population when you can not have great rivers with plenty water, just s,all rivers and a few wild animals to hunt, and a small land to grow crops, it is easy to understand when you are mexican and you have a maid that works at home that speaks nahuatl and invites you to live at their tiny village in the coast, we live in the middle of the west- east way of life. you at the high tech, high science world can grt an idea by coming and living in mexico, in both wolrds, the so called ...altiplano... where guadalajara, mexico city and monterrey is located, and when traveling to low lands such as teh coast. form manzanillo to chiapas in the pacific, or veracruz and campeche... we count with two types of persons in mexico, mediterranean and tropical. regarding the united states, mostly anglospeakers, that are mostlly regarding science and economics, is it possible you need to have this two roaches such as analysis and synthesis to understand this subject? i have taken 45 years to reach this knowledge, and also the book "dos americas"
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Posted over 2 years ago
Steven Pinker: The surprising decline in violence
i wll try to explain in few words, before age 6,your mother language molds the way information will be processed, when you learn spanish as mother language,you will tend to synthesise information, that is having a whole aproach in information, this is the reason we say subjects before adjectives, ( example: toro negro ). when english is learnt before age six , as mother language, you tend to process info, the way by analysis, this is a more particular aproach, ( black bull), this is a more focused approach, so this are opposing ways of interpreting the world. notice how this idea is very simple, but it is true, i will write with a few english and french writers who did this discovery by late 1980's. have you notoced most writers in this article are english speaking writers? most of them focus on themes such as economic reason and ethics? i as an non english speaking person, notice every time that such a characteristic evey time i read you guys, this is why it may be difficult for you to understand. you may understand this fact by reading how the decline in violence increases, i would say that when more and more people learns english, and starts at younger age, tends to care more and more on economics, and less in religion, in emotional subjects like the family and social relations, most of the latin america universtities are full of psychologi students, and you may find more engineers in universities acrosss united states and england. with globalisation, we are shifting interests towards the other wolrds, the american citizens are most interested in psychology and the mexican students want to learn about exact sciences.... you may see it when you travel and see the young fellows, so this is the reason that there is a natural shift towards balance.... on the subject pf violence.....why have we mexicans more and ore violence and so the americans?
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Posted over 2 years ago
We of the industrialised countries have a tremendous amount to gain from the tribal peoples of the world, concerning problems of our era.
have you ever heard of the cubic personality? this is an idea developed by mr enrique moreno garcia, author of a book called "the two americas" where he easiily explains the difference between anglosaxons and latinos, why the mex american border divis two worlds which do not understand each other, he is a language expert , knows koine greek, latin, and ten more languages, among them a few nahuatl, which is the language mexica indians speak. he has been professor for the university of florida, guadalajara and washington, but he writes mostly in spanish... he is a very bright intelectual.
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Posted over 2 years ago
Steven Pinker: The surprising decline in violence
comment regarding anaylisis speaking persons. when you analyse , you focus on a particular subject, like technology, computers and automobiles, such as united states as a country, and when you synthesise you see the whole scene, the romance languages speaking countries, do not tend to move in the technology world , but mostly on history and phylosophy, we are more talkers than action oriented, move in the emotional theoretic world. have you noticed most of the religions are from the mediterranean ? and the technology from northern europe? ..... do you know mexican automobile brands? how many mexican drug cartel leaders? when pope jean paul comes you fill up the streets, everyone ist there, also when a music singer such as julio iglesias , every one buys a ticket. why is the world economic forums held in money oriented countries? well. you can notice i do not share an ethics opinion, only ideas held in mr moreno's book... he explains that both worlds are divided into, ethic-pragmatic, (english) and the other group, esthetics-theorethics (spanish), where botjh worlds are not balanced. he suggest both ways of thinking wrong as being unbalanced, you most take care of four areas. pragmatism, aesthetics, ethics and theoretics, .... being a CUBIC personality, i understand a more better , world understaning person most learn one anaylis language , and one synthesis language, specially during infancy, so his brain is more balanced and equilibrated... to take care aboutthe four areas.
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Posted over 2 years ago
Steven Pinker: The surprising decline in violence
he explains that when synthesis (spanish speaking) person tends to care much about theoretics and esthetics, our concerns move towards being more "passionate" and family oriented, such as a drug cartel member, takes care of his family , butcares less about law and forget aout ethics. and why you cross the border and everything is much more technology oriented, disciplined and organised. when you understand what drives the american citizens, so many rules and regulations, and a drive for material pursue, then you can start to explain the world, when you see a drug cartel member, he is not in pursue of material benefits, but mostly for to be admired and respected, which are abstarct areas from the aesthetic and theoretic world. this theory is explained in his 150 pages book , which is written in spanish, and i love how he writes about the colission and misunderstanding between anglosaxon( english speaking) and mexicans(spanish speaking) and why few peole understands how your mother language molds your way you process your mind, we mexicans were so monolitic for religion, so emotional, we like to give so many twists to say one idea.... and the american anglosaxons, were so particularly precise, monetary oriented, technology aware, family divided etc.... you are amazed as how enlightment you can have by his book... so many questions answered. understand in afew worlds it is difficultfor me to explain, and also because my mother language is spanish not english why is people whomlives in the southern mexican coast care less about what happens tomorrow? because they care mostly about living the day, not to keep food for tomorrow, they dont need , they just get on theirfishing boat and t he have food instantly.. why is anglosaxons so awareof keeping wealth? because when you have a three months winter, then you most store food , so you become farsighted... etc...and in the case of how language determines your point of view: in the next block
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Posted over 2 years ago
Steven Pinker: The surprising decline in violence
i havebeen reading about different "topics" related to language and culture, insideTED channel. it is my first time i have the courage to write my non scholar opinion. i ran through an enlightment book, written by an spanish-mexican author, language expert,12 languages he has studied,(such as greek, latin, german english, nahuatl, french) and asaprofessor for madrid university, university of guadalajara ,mexico, and florida state university. he is not a very public person, he still lives and is almost lost his sight. i know him personall have you ever thiught that violence between different nations might come from the variations which we process information? have you everheard of a start of a personal conflict because someone misinterpreted a sign or a world? we in mexico can understand this accute difference when you pass the mexican-american border, you can feel the violence that separates both countries, and the reason is well explained in the author of the book, mr enrique moreno garcia, the book is "las dos americas".(the two americas) whe he explainsthe differencebetwenn synthesis and anaylisis thinking, when you think as an english speaking person, you tend to appreciate the ethics and pragmatism , and when you think as an spanish speaking person, you tend to move into esthetics and theoretics. this four branches of his theory of procesing of the mind is what he states the human perception focus. he divides the anaylis languages such as german and english, and the synthesis languages such as spanish and italian. also he recognises four types of people , living in europe and america,(england germany, nordic countries) the tropical, ( cuba , haiti) another group in northern europe and north america, the thrid group , the spaniard, mestizo, castizo (argentina , spain, , chile) and the spaniard-american countries, ( mexico, peru, bolivia). when you "investigate" and see their iteractions and their motivations, you can find a behaviour pattern.