America. Part 1. A Systematic View Of The Formation Of American Society

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America. Part 1. A Systematic View Of The Formation Of American Society
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America. Part 1. A systematic view of the formation of American society

The American consumer society, their standard of living have become ideal for the less developed countries of the world. Many people have the feeling that by creating a model of the state in their own country after the model of the United States, they can achieve the same well-being and prosperity. Let's try to describe the systematic origin of US statehood and society.

America. How much do we living in Russia know about this country? At first glance, very much - the country is at the forefront of world scientific and technological progress and communicates its worldview and culture to the whole world through the media. Therefore, for many, such a formulation of the question will seem inappropriate, because the United States has long been present in every home through television and the Internet. The American consumer society, their standard of living have become ideal for the less developed countries of the world. Many people have the feeling that by creating a model of the state in their own country after the model of the United States, they can achieve the same well-being and prosperity. It seems to us that we know everything about American culture and way of life, moreover, we believe that we ourselves already live in many ways. To understand America, let's first turn to its origins,Let's try to describe the systematic origin of the US statehood and society.



The first European colonists appeared on the east coast of North America in the late 16th and early 17th centuries, mostly Protestants fleeing religious wars and famine in Europe caused by reduced harvests due to the onset of the Little Ice Age. People embarked on perilous voyages across the ocean in wooden sailing ships in search of a new life, safer and safer. Actually, all subsequent migration to the United States, until today, is associated with these simple human needs, especially at a time when there was a fierce struggle for survival.

The only value of America at that time was land, which was taken from the local population by any available means. So the arrival of foreigners turned into an unprecedented disaster for the indigenous population - the Indians. Less organized and developed, they were unable to offer serious resistance to foreign invaders and were almost completely destroyed. The competition between countries and peoples at that time was fierce. The continent's demographic losses were only replenished by migration in subsequent centuries.

The communities of the first European settlers were built according to the principles of communism, living conditions were extremely harsh, otherwise it was simply impossible to survive. However, this was a temporary forced measure, the laws of American society were built on completely different principles, capitalist, and this was facilitated by the mental superstructure of people who arrived there.


From the training materials on SVP, we know that there are 4 types of mentality, 4 possible mental superstructures that a group of people can carry. We are talking only about the lower vectors: muscle, anal, cutaneous and urethral, ​​the properties of which can be accepted as a value in human society. For example, India, China, Southeast Asia have a muscular mentality, the Islamic world has an anal mentality, Western Europe, the USA, Japan have a skin mentality, Russia and the countries of the former USSR have a urethral-muscular mentality.

But this is in the modern world, 400 years ago, the skin mentality was just forming, in Western and Northern Europe the skin mentality found expression in Protestant ethics, wealth and hoarding ceased to be shameful, as it was in Catholicism. All this took place in the devastating religious wars of that time, the reformation. It is worth writing a separate article about the reconstruction of society in those years.

The skin measure, in its essence, is aimed at extraction from outside and restriction within society, while in the skin Western mentality the law becomes the instrument of restriction. The accumulation of initial capital created the principle of the division of labor, which contributed to the growth of cities and the development of technology at an incredible pace that has never been in the history of mankind. The American nascent society was completely devoid of the features of the traditional craft mode, when technologies were unchanged for many generations and were inherited from master to journeyman, and, therefore, did not carry the value system of the anal vector. The values ​​inherent in the skin vector have become the foundation of US society: law, discipline, personal responsibility, self-restraint, private property - all this is the basis foron which the US statehood stands.



Interpersonal relations in the United States are governed by morality, regardless of personal opinion about a person, from the attitude towards him, Americans always follow a certain etiquette in communication, maintain a friendly tone, while keeping their distance, never crossing certain boundaries of personal space. At the same time, it is possible to feel a deep hostility towards another person, which is not limited to morality that does not exist in Western society, in contrast to Russian. Highly moral and absolutely immoral society. This is not a contradiction, on the contrary, such a combination is natural for countries with a skin mentality, and the concept of "bad" or "good" cannot be applied to it.

The mentality of a nation is shaped by the landscape in order to adapt and survive. The skin mentality was established only in Europe and Japan, which was facilitated by the natural conditions of these lands. Land was always scarce, and it was highly valued, climatic conditions forced us to think about food: after all, you can't grow anything in winter, and in summer you need to have time to harvest 2-3 to feed yourself in winter, to worry about clothes and warm housing, and to feed those who who protects the labor of people, that is, the state. Of course, European winters are not Russian winters, but the European climate differs strikingly from the subequatorial climate of the savanna. Living conditions have created a mental superstructure capable of ensuring the survival of people in the landscape.


So, the population of different European countries, united by a common skin culture and mentality, begins to arrive on the coast of North America. What happens next? Let's try to understand this with the help of system-vector psychology. As mentioned earlier, the main resources of North America were natural resources: land, forest, ore. As more and more colonists arrive, small and medium-sized companies in shipbuilding, logging, mining and textiles begin to emerge. A struggle for human resources immediately begins between them, because the population of the colonies was then small. The wealthy English could arrange for the transfer of the poor to the colony, who were forced to work for their company as payment for transportation across the ocean, almost like slaves.But because of the high competition, this could not give rise to a strong social stratification in the colonies, the new land gave truly unlimited opportunities to those who could and knew how to work, for any person developed in their vectors there was an opportunity for realization. And people with a developed skin vector were able to fully realize themselves.


In Europe at that time, this was still impossible, there were still survivals of feudalism and the values ​​of the anal vector dominated, such as respect for traditions and customs, the hereditary hierarchy was preserved. The lack of human resources on the American continent was also compensated by the import of African slaves. Since a sharp social division among the white population was impossible, US society was divided along racial lines. First of all, rich Americans were interested in the existence of slavery. And if the white hired workers could go to another employer who appreciated their work better, the blacks were the property of the master and had no rights. As a result, a real slave state existed in the South of the United States just 150-200 years ago.Slavery brought large incomes to slaveholders and left a huge problem in American society that still remains today. They try not to remember slavery in the United States. Most of the descendants of African slaves, forcibly torn from their landscape, have not been able to fully adapt to life in the United States.


In addition to the lack of manpower, there were other problems: constant wars with the Indians and conflict with the metropolis, which did not want to see a new order in its American colonies. By the end of the 18th century, the population of the colonies was divided into two groups: "patriots" who advocated US independence, and "loyalists" who remained loyal to the British crown. Who was on the side of the "patriots"? First of all, people with a skin vector. They always advocate for everything new, regardless of the type of activity, they highly value work and time. Freedom, in their understanding, is the opportunity to receive material wealth and social status for their work, regardless of origin. America, with its social formation, gave them such an opportunity.

On the side of the "loyalists" were mainly people with an anal vector, for whom the preservation of traditions and respect for elders have always been a priority over money and status. And this again, regardless of the type of activity and origin. Now, with the help of Yuri Burlan's system-vector psychology, we are most likely able to determine why a person chose one side or the other in this conflict.


The American Revolution, or War of Independence, which lasted from 1775 to 1783, was a defense of the skin formation from the orders of the metropolis, and it was supported primarily by people with a skin vector. Democracy and equality of all before the law were laid in the foundation of the US statehood, the origin gave way in the hierarchy to the property qualification as a measure of a person's success. Of course, it was far from universal equality and standardization, but the initially laid down format of society and mentality propelled the United States steadily forward by leaps and bounds, creating a world leader out of nothing in less than 200 years. America turned out to be the locomotive that propelled humanity into the skin phase of development.

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