Humans live not only their personal life, as an individual, but also, consciously or unconsciously, the life of their epoch and their contemporaries.
Changing mindsets is tough, but changing behaviors is almost impossible at times unless you also change cultures. ~ John Elkington
All culture always goes back and feeds off the past, it can’t help it, but there are two ways of doing it. Either you can go back and get inspiration from the past and create something genuinely new, which is the whole history of all sorts of things — not just art and music. What bothers me at the moment is that you get a very different sense out of pop culture, which is that it is literally like a form of archaeology. It’s going back and rebuilding it almost as a sort of work of art in itself… It’s almost like a terminus railway station in a city where all the trains just keep on arriving and nothing ever leaves. ~ Adam Curtis
We’re cultural creatures and meaning doesn’t simply generate itself out of thin air; it’s sustained by a cultural framework. ~ Marilynne Robinson
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