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That’s why “cancel culture” cannot be cancelled. That’s also why “cancel culture” does not exist.
The disease is the exhaustion of social progress.
So can society, economics, community, or culture. It all depends on the quality of the relationship.
Never call out what calls for critique.
People are trying to derive meaning from “culture” just like they used to derive it from “civilization.”
These Taiwanese movies induce within me a nostalgia for an impossibly “organic” relation to culture.
“Cultural relativism” makes sense for anyone who enters a different world every time they step outside the house or come back to the neighborhood.
Some have the luxury of travelling; others face the necessity of it.
Minorities are now expected to know both “mainstream” and “marginal” cultures in the same way that women are now expected to do both “male” and “female” work.