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Absolutely. Emotional contagion is increased with increased communication, so regulation of one's emotions, particularly in the face of xenophobic impulses that color human psychological adjustment. Stoicism is a doctrine that allows one to avoid cognitive distortions that arise from intense emotions that arise from propositions that have a strong emotional ...


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In modern day society a person needs more stoic belief than before. Although people are close to each other but as a human you can't rely on a particular person or a thing. Every person face different types of situations so if a person wants to be strong and face any kind of situation stoicism can help me. you can visit: https://200219badarulislam.blogspot....


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This is an old problem with the individualist atomism of classic liberalism, arising first in the economic sphere. Voltaire remarked on the liberalism of the British stock market, where people of all faiths could interact, leaving their beliefs and creeds or personal "identities" at the door. Similarly, in venues from courts to coffeehouses to ...


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Cultural conflict is sometimes unavoidable First of all, we must understand that certain views, when they became widespread and popular enough to form a culture, are not a private thing. Culture by its very definition tends to shape society and in broader sense the world. Culture is not just a worldview, it is also ideal what world should be, plus practical ...


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