Date: April 07, 2019 08:34PM
> (I like this post from Tevai, but I'm not sure how
> not to get 'political' when this article is
This is why I said: "partisan political." Partisan (in a USA sense) generally indicates what Americans would label political parties, or (in some cases) the practical tenets of those parties. Both the philosophical basis of political parties, and the tenets of those parties, are verbally expressed in different political PARTY ways, which will vary quite significantly by country.
On the other hand, "liberal" and "conservative" thought patterns appear (from psychological studies, etc.) to be essentially hardwired as the way individual brains work--of which brain function THEN generates a personal identification with a given political party.
"Liberal" and "conservative" brains, when being examined in action, work significantly differently from each other....and these distinct brain patterns are usually expressed as preferring, or being repelled by, different political party identifications depending on the nation a given person is a part of.
This article is about "liberal" and "conservative" THOUGHT PATTERNS (the actual, physiological, ways our brains uniquely "work"), not about the secondary action of (in an American sense) identification as a Republican, Democrat, Libertarian, etc..
These brain patterns, the differing ways our brains work when it comes to scriptures, is what this article is about, and what I, personally, am very much interested in.
I've been interested in this subject since I was a kid growing up, and now that I am an adult, there are some answers actually being discovered.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Biology_and_political_orientation
Edited 7 time(s). Last edit at 04/08/2019 01:14AM by Tevai.