I don’t think I linked to these.
Malthus and the Making of the Modern World
On the characteristic individualism of Western cultures.
“Weber suggested that one of the central causes of the emergence of capitalism and its associated features was the disappearance of extended family structures. … ‘freeing’ the market and the individual.“
The individual didn’t exist beforehand.
It’s a common question so here you go, either you can read it or stop circling the same three questions like clueless vultures.
1.How did we get here? – Libertarians who thought they could share without loss.
2.What’s going on with our demography? – r/K but read Malthus first aka Who is alive and why?
3.Why are we different? – Individualism opposes collectivism (non-Europeans) and those differences are irreconcilable, because they are genetic.
Nationalism must come before any capitalistic position or you lose all your resources to the outgroup. You must be fair on your own citizens or no good will come of it.