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  1. Wow! Then the non-vulgar society is simply an oxymoron. / For clarity: here I answered the initial version of the question, where the author defined “vulgarity” as “ordinary, ordinary”/

    Well, any society (and not its propaganda image) is ordinary. Conformism is common, and so is nonconformity. Aspirations and suicides. Hope and skepticism. Dense twists of an ignorant mind and sharp thinking. Everything in society is ordinary, this whole compote itself. Well, under Suleiman ibn Dawud Hottabych (aka-not Hottabych-Ecclesiastes), and before him, and now, and with us, and not with us.


    The Book of Ecclesiastes or the Preacher

    CHAPTER 1.

    1 The words of Ecclesiastes, the son of David, king of Jerusalem.

    2 Vanity of vanities, said Ecclesiastes, vanity of vanities, all is vanity.

    3 What does a man profit by all his labor that he labors under the sun?

    4 A generation passes away, and a generation comes, but the earth endures forever.

    5 The sun rises, and the sun goes down, and hurries to its place where it rises.

    6 The wind goes to the south, and turns to the north; it turns round and round in its course, and the wind returns to its circles.

    7 All the rivers flow into the sea, but the sea does not overflow; they return to the place from which the rivers flow to flow again.

    8 All things are in labor: a man cannot tell all things; the eye is not satisfied with seeing, nor the ear filled with hearing.

    9 What has been is what will be; and what has been done is what will be done, and there is nothing new under the sun.

    10 There are some things that are said, “Look, this is new,” but this was already in the ages that were before us.

    11 There is no remembrance of the former things; neither will there be any remembrance of the things that will come after.

    12 I, Ecclesiastes, was king over Israel in Jerusalem.�

    13 And I gave up my heart to search and try with wisdom all that is done under heaven: this is a hard task that God has given to the sons of men, that they may exercise themselves in it.

    14 I have seen all the works that are done under the sun, and, behold, all is vanity and vexation of spirit.

    15 What is crooked cannot be made straight, and what is not crooked cannot be counted.

    16 I spoke to my heart, saying, ” Behold, I have become great and have gained more wisdom than all who were before me over Jerusalem, and my heart has seen much wisdom and knowledge.

    17 And I gave up my heart to know wisdom, and to know folly and folly: and I knew that this also was vexation of the spirit.�

    18 For in much wisdom is much sorrow; and he who increases knowledge increases sorrow.

  2. Since you define vulgarity as ordinary, the vulgarity of any society lies precisely in the fact that it is the essence of society )

    For society is created precisely by following the standards and criteria of ordinary life.�

    And it is pulled forward and up by individual white crows, which can never be many. Well, and those good psychologists who help them in this) �

    And all the rest of these same psychologists help to join the society, to become a part of a large, monolithic and reliable vulgarity )

  3. Greater availability of Ways to satisfy their base needs and desires with a low level of awareness of the reasons why society chooses to act in this way.

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