RE: playing at suicide

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    > When I look at culture, both here and abroad, it doesn't seem to work that
    > way. The force of nature and the force of culture often seem to work
    > against each other and I want to know why. What is it about culture that
    > gives it the power to change the world and override the laws of nature?

    Well maybe you could give some examples. I wonder what you
    consider as the laws of nature, i guess these "laws" are just some
    cultural elements too.

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