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Poston - Oblivionation - Cult Of Culture EP

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  1. Sam says:
    is that cult is (offensive|derogatory) a group of people with a religious, philosophical or cultural identity sometimes viewed as a sect, often existing on the margins of society or exploitative towards its members while culture is the arts, customs, and habits that characterize a particular society .
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  3. Vimi says:
    Sep 28,  · The two words share a common source: Latin. But beware the “etymological fallacy.” A common source or even a common root word (“etymon”) does not mean the two words are connected in meaning today. * “Cult” came into English from French culte aroun.
  4. Jukasa says:
    Oct 08,  · Watch out for the world. It’s after you. It wants you in its cult following, wooing you with pleasures and power, fame and fortune, the nexus of excess. The cult of our culture provides the perfect distraction from what’s really important, and lures us with empty lusts, beliefs and religions.
  5. Bragami says:
    Cults and culture. Cults are a mirror in which we can see, more clearly focused, aspects of the wider culture — the process by which the norms, values, ideas and shared perceptions of a society are passed down from generation to generation. In conforming we become 'cultured'.
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  7. Fenrile says:
    Charles Braden, in the book Kingdom of the Cults, defines a cult as " any religious group which differs significantly in some one or more respects as to belief or practice from those religious groups which are regarded as the normative expressions of religion in our total culture.".
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