Unsociable Personality Disorder: 7 Warning Signs Uncultured People7:41 AM
There are uneducated people who think they are smart but the characteristic of an uncultured person...
There are uneducated people who think they are smart but the characteristic of an uncultured person will be very strange. I've never really been around a completely uneducated person But I guess, someone as uncultured is sings of mental illness. An uncultured people have strange thoughts on socialism. They want dramatic change, they avoid to meet friends & family, an unsocial person has the higher chance of failure.
When the uncultivated term is used, it refers to the land that failed to make plants bloom...
We tend to link the word "inculturation" with the lack of knowledge, but if we take into account its etymology, we will notice the relation it has to the aspect of agriculture. When the term "uncultured" is used, it refers to the land that failed to make plants bloom. The same is true of the individuals to whom we refer in this way. The seed was sown and simply did not show enough intellectual growth to ensure that it was successfully cultivated.
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The most frustrating of the Philistines (people of vulgar spirit, low knowledge and little artistic sensibility) is that they have a reduced vision of the world and denying an approach to literature, good cinema or cunning content, deny its effects as intellectual motivators. They are happy within their ignorance and comply with the cliché that states that the less knowledge they have, the greater the chance that they will feel comfortable with their surroundings. For that reason, the individuals close to the versed content maintain resentment before the blind joy of the uncultured ones.
People who you call uncultured person, I would like to define them as they are having unsociable personality disorder. A new study shows how prolonged loneliness can actually change the structure of animals' brains, making them less able to relate to peers once their period of isolation is over.
The following habits remind us that we have nothing to envy. They are happy blinded by the tragic reality but live in the ignorance and mediocrity of a world they will never see.
1. They dedicate all their leisure time to watch television
There's nothing wrong with watching TV. Just as there is junk literature, there are intelligent programs that bring the viewer closer to new vistas and broader ideas that if mixed with other tasks will result in a more creative mind. The uneducated devote all their time to see poor quality shows and do not question what they are looking, becoming mediocre spectators of the false reality presented by such transmissions.
2. Criticize what they do not understand
Quoting Bob Dylan, it is well known that people outside the culture do not bother to understand new ideas when they visit another place and constantly make value judgments. They always consider that they have the absolute reason and do not allow to accept different opinions in spite of having better sustenance than their declarations. An example of this would be individuals who see religion as an absolute truth and when they are questioned by facts of logic, they resort to nonsense arguments or shouts to prove their useless point.
3. They try to convince the rest of the people that their life is more important
All the suffering that millions of people around the world could be suffering mean nothing to anyone alien to empathy with different communities or cultures. They tend to be the center of attention and from their perspective their life is more important than the others ... and try to convince the rest that it is. They are arrogant, annoying and a real nightmare that would make any educated narcissist look like a better individual.
4. Its only form of communication is reduced to rumors
A simpler way of saying gossip. Uneducated people, losing their connection with literature, their only approach is the oral tradition; But instead of engaging in conversations on issues of relevance to expand their knowledge, they spend their time creating stories about other people to be able to criticize, judge or simply have to talk about, because in a life without art, there are no growth or evolution Cognitive skills that lead us into more tangled matters.
5. Use the Internet for social networking only
The Internet is an incredible tool that has brought millions of people to different cultures, knowledge, artists, projects and endless information because it is a huge library where we can learn almost everything we want. Using it just to see falls or jokes on Facebook and YouTube is a waste. There are tutorials, courses, and video blogs that contribute much to the culture constantly ignored by individuals with closed minds.
(If you are reading this signs of unsociable personality disorder or signs of uncultured people around you, probably you are not the one who I'm telling about)
6. Make fun of smarter people
Possibly it is a complex of ironic superiority that motivates the uneducated to make fun of more astute people with derogatory terms or with typical ridicule. It could also serve as a form of self-defense even before there is an attack because they themselves are aware of their limited mind and choose to prove themselves in other areas such as the physical in a stroke encounter.
7. Spend time with similar people
It is normal for us to approach people who are close to our ideas and thoughts, but in this case it is a form of limitation for the uneducated. If you do not take the time to move away from a group with little knowledge and with primitive or violent attitudes towards any individual who thinks differently to them, it will be difficult for him to find a way to know more than what exists outside that small community. Inevitably it will remain there, even for fear of being seen as external by thinking differently.
Uneducated people are found at all social levels and it is difficult to identify one without knowing them, but once we discover their lack of interesting topics to speak, their criticism towards other people or a constant mockery towards culture, we notice that we find ourselves A limited mind that can hardly change.
Many times what can transform an individual is the mystical magic of books or a movie, but we must also understand that as long as he does not attack others or judge his way of living with a violent tone, he has every right to remain uninformed That he can, because perhaps this way, he will concentrate on his fantastic happiness, that the intellectuals let go from their first years of discovering the real world.