Spiritual Conservatives are a category of religious people, who try to observe self-restraint in all aspects of life and stick to their religions' ethical code. The difference between Spiritual Conservative and other religious conservative group/movement is that Spiritual Conservative do not follow a specific religion but the root/origin of their religion. Spiritual Conservative from the Christian community could follow Abrahamic religions, while Spiritual Conservative from Hindu community could follow Dharmic Religions.

Collective Conciousness[edit | edit source]

The term Collective consciousness refers to the condition of the subject within the whole of society, and how any given individual comes to view herself as a part of any given group. The term has specifically been used by social theorists/psychoanalysts like Durkheim, Althusser, and Jung to explicate how an autonomous individual comes to identify with a larger group/structure.[1]

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