Ιn our time, the crisis οί the family as an institution is ηο less salient than that οf the nineteenth-century romantic idea οf homeland, and is largely an effect οf processes that are irreversible, being tied to all the factors that characterize existence in recent times. Naturally, today's crisis οί the family also arouses preoccupations and moral reactions,
with more or less hopeless attempts at restoration that can offer nothing but conformism and an empty and false traditionalism.
We have to face the consequences οf the fact that the family has long since ceased to have any higher meaning, or been cemented by living factors that go beyond the merely individual. The organic and, to a certain degree, "heroic" character that its unity presented in the past has been lost in the modern world, just as the institution's residual veneer οf "sacrality" bestowed by religious marriage has disappeared, or nearly so. In reality, in the great majority οf cases the modern family is presented as a petit bourgeois institution determined almost exclusively by conformist, utilitarian, primitive, or at best sentimental factors.
also, any question on any of my posts ?
Yes, have you ever eaten at Waffle House?
I have, it is Ok usually
theres no waffle house in france, the only waffles I have ever eaten were self made.