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Why are Christianity and patriarchy incompatible? The traditional roots of rape

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Why are Christianity and patriarchy incompatible? Patriarchate, by definition, is "the power of the father." According to the Great Soviet Encyclopedia, patriarchy is a society in which men are the “dominant element” in family, economic, and social life. The patriarchal family community consisted of 3-5 generations of paternal immediate family


Christianity and Phallocracy, 3: “Asceticism is a campaign, military service against the family”

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Today: 663 Christianity and Phallocracy, 3: “Asceticism is a campaign, military service against the family” Last time we settled on the idea that the nuclear family, the love of one man for one woman is something that does not coincide, in most of human history, with forms of marriage, and


Christianity is not to blame for the sexual revolution

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Today: 745 Christianity is not to blame for the sexual revolution Timur Schukin read an article by Vladimir Shallar “Asceticism is a campaign, military service against the family” and saw a number of conceptual errors in it. Priest Sergius and Maria Mansurovs Vladimir in his interesting, deep, awakening thought and


Christianity and the Phallocracy 4: “Only one phallus, phallus as such is the main intuition of Platonism, its primary pramif”

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Today: 726 Christianity and the Phallocracy 4: “Only one phallus, phallus as such is the main intuition of Platonism, its primary pramif” Last time we settled on the idea that the sexual revolution, the collapse of family values ​​are the effects of Christianity, namely Christian asceticism. However, we asked: how


Capitalism is the stage in the deployment of Christianity. Or not?

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Today: 179 Capitalism is the stage in the deployment of Christianity. Or not? Timur Schukin continues the controversy with the cycle of Vladimir Shallar "Christianity and phallocracy." Here is his new remark on the thesis of Shallar "capitalism is the stage of the development of Christianity": In my opinion, this


Christianity and Phallocracy, 5: “Christianity teaches to recognize as divine also the abominable, hateful, which should be avoided” IX.

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Today: 479 Christianity and Phallocracy, 5: “Christianity teaches to recognize as divine also the abominable, hateful, which should be avoided” Last time, we talked about the fact that the true foundation of traditional societies is symbolic castration, overcome by Christian cohesion, which eliminates traditional societies and launches modern (post) Christian


Christianity and Phallocracy, 6: “All the connections through which Dimiurg tried to strengthen his kingdom are destroyed: the state, the external church, the family are deeply shocked”

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Today: 237 Christianity and Phallocracy, 6: “All the connections through which Dimiurg tried to strengthen his kingdom are destroyed: the state, the external church, the family are deeply shocked” X. Last time we talked about how the truth of symbolic castration came to light in the texts of Dostoevsky, Rozanov,


Christianity and phallocracy, 7: “If conjugal love is not capable of concealing all the eroticism of first love, Christianity is not at all a stage of the higher development of the human race”

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Today: 380 Christianity and phallocracy, 7: “If conjugal love is not capable of concealing all the eroticism of first love, Christianity is not at all a stage of the higher development of the human race” The last time we talked about how Dostoevsky, Rozanov, Kierkegaard brought the truth of symbolic


Sekatsky: the main modern Russian philosopher about Christianity

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Today: 437 Sekatsky: the main modern Russian philosopher about Christianity Alexander Sekatsky is probably the largest contemporary Russian philosopher. Writes on a variety of topics; the unity of his work is more likely not in themes, but in form, style, method: brilliant prose, paradoxical, sophisticated, witty, unexpected thinking. Let us


Christianity and phallocracy, 8: “Everything they had in common, and everyone was given what someone had a need for: if that were the case now, then Christians would convert the whole universe”

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Today: 219 Christianity and phallocracy, 8: “Everything they had in common, and everyone was given what someone had a need for: if that were the case now, then Christians would convert the whole universe” Last time we talked about a bunch of Christianity – Kierkegaard's sexuality. Now let us add