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No. 1607 by g-gundam
Caribbean Rhythms with BAP - Episode 123 - Origins of Peoples

>on the origin of peoples, whether they are founded by prophets and creators, or whether they evolve over time historically, or both, and debates around this; part two of this show on Schopenhauer's pessimism regarding human nature will come in a week. I have returned to shorter shows on weekly basis. On this episode I also read from Rousseau, Machiavelli and Nietzsche among others...



No. 1609 by john
Will listen to this one soon

No. 1612 by YoungViceroy88
Interesting idea that BAP says an identity can be formed by the creation of a defensive wall or in opposition, or reaction with nature or another tribe/nation.

I recall BAP saying the opposite earlier. Saying that a people are created by themselves and cannot be molded into an """identity""" by outside forces. It must be a willing transformation, gradual or immediate.

Good historical example for immediate would be Rhodesians (In 60 years, some even less, went from a Anglo, Scot, or Boer, to Rhodesian), or Gradual ("""Hindu""" Identity has been formed over a millenia, if you could consider them a similar people).

But disregarding what might be a contradiction on his part, found his idea that a people are created by laws and laws create people, might be misinterpretation on my part.

Thorougly enjoyed this episode.

Heil Bap, lets hope for creation of Frog nation soon.

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