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Mother Culture

Summary: Discusses Mother Culture in the novel "Ishmael" by Daniel Quinn.
"Mother Culture is a quiet voice that moves your whole society. Mother Culture includes everything in your existence that perpetuates a mentality of domination and dominion."

Ishmael provides a source of blame to release humanity of enough guilt so they may find themselves able to change. Mother Culture is described as a quiet voice, but powerful none-the-less. Humanity was created in her image to cultivate, control and conquer. The way of thinking she has instilled in the world is, in essence, cultivated into mankind. Mother Culture has the control. Her power resides in the fact that man lacks this secret. However, once it is revealed, humanity will be able to spot her quiet voice in all situations surrounding them.

Mother Culture is selling a fake, and perhaps fatal, belief revolving around technological growth and economic progress. In return for carrying out her wishes, Mother Culture promises instant gratification...

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