The anti-corruption power of Anglo-Protestant culture

“It is deeply unpopular in the current age to suggest that some cultures might be preferable to others, but it is simply true that people worldwide notice and prefer the conditions that Anglo-Protestant culture tends to create.” 

(Grant Haun – The Sentinel) If most of the following attitudes and traits describe you, you likely come from a specific culture, according to the psychometry of cultural differences.

You think actions speak louder than words, and that a person’s words and deeds should align. You believe that discovering the truth is vital to matters of scientific inquiry and problem-solving….

You think problems should be solved and mistakes should be corrected. You are self-critical; you know you are not perfect and are willing to take a hard look at your character and seek to improve it. You think it is important to consider the future consequences of today’s actions.

You believe life is short, and that there should be more to it than just fitting in or getting by. You see time as linear, and think of stories as having a beginning, middle, and end. You have goals and want to make a difference in the world. You are suspicious toward concentrations of power and prefer self-rule over being ruled. You believe might does not make right, and that no one should be above the law. View article →



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