Tag: Tribalism

How CBT Strengthens Political Life and Untruths Which Weaken It Erraticus Image by Clem Onojeghuo

How CBT Strengthens Political Life and Untruths Which Weaken It

Many in the US are experiencing emotional unwellness, while our foundational institutions are rattling. CBT can help with both.

Awakening the Soul Challenge to Life in the Post-truth World Erraticus Image by Igor Miske

‘Awakening the Soul’: One Man’s Challenge to the Post-truth World

A new book protests the postmodernist refutations of shared truth and grand narratives—we struggle because we lack story and soul.

Shared Reality and Truth Losing Ground to Tribalism Erraticus Image by Heather Mount

Shared Reality and Truth Are Losing Ground to Tribalism

People turn to tribalism for a sense of certainty, as trust in institutions and commitment to truth erode. Instead, we need to restore a shared reality which builds common ground, regardless of identity group.

Agape Restaurants Could Revive Toleration and Multiculturalism—Jeffrey Howard—Image—Kevin Curtis—Erraticus

Agape Restaurants Could Revive Toleration and Multiculturalism

Debates surrounding tribalism and bigotry abound, many focused on biased media or public policy. Agape Restaurants conceptualize food as a cultural force for realizing toleration and nurturing community—all while dining with strangers.

How Sports Bridge Our Cultural Divisions Image by Emma Dau

How Sports Bridge Our Cultural Divisions

The collective joys and sorrows of sports offer a healthy outlet for our tribal natures, and give us a safer space in which we can bridge gaps pertaining to more divisive societal arenas.