Here are the notes for episode #32x of Naked Humanity.

Stefani argues that the modern West is–in some ways–the most lonely society to ever have existed. This means contrasting it with ancestral hunter-gatherers and telling the story of how we moved from there, to nuclear families, to Greek city states, to capitalistic trade and the arts, to a modern world in which our narratives and identities–once forces for unity–have become stressful choose-your-own adventure stories.

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