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Western Individualism May Have Roots In The Medieval Church's Obsession With Incest

Western Individualism May Have Roots In The Medieval Church's Obsession With Incest

NPR - Rhitu Chatterjee

Most people living in Western, developed countries are psychologically distinct from the rest of the world. For one, they tend to be more individualistic and think of themselves as being independent of other people. "There is a stronger sense of autonomy and agency," says Ara Norenzayan, a …

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