Malcolm Collins and Simone Collins, authors of The Pragmatist's Guide to Crafting Religion, are the elite intellectual leaders of the pro-natalist movement, which encourages the bearing of children and support of a higher birthrate to save Western Civilization.
We live in a world that is quickly secularizing. How do we fortify our society against the erosion and assault on our traditions?
In The Pragmatist’s Guide to Crafting Religion, Malcolm and Simone Collins focus both on how we can fortify traditions against decay and how we can build new traditions out of whole cloth.
The Collins’ warn of the catastrophic effects a demographic collapse will have on society and assert that people are dramatically underestimate how quickly birth rates are falling and how widespread the phenomenon is.
The Pragmatist’s Guide to Crafting Religion studies the origins of ‘wokeism’ through the lens of of viral memetics — how this dangerous and polarizing mind virus has spread with the invention of social media and the internet era.
“The human brain evolved in conditions with much lower population levels and did not develop the memetic immune system needed to deal with the internet era."
Malcom and Simone Collins study this phenomenon and provide solutions to fortify our minds and society from the ills of wokeism.
Bad governance likewise stands behind many of society’s ills (from today’s political polarization to mass deaths caused by the Great Leap Forward).
The Pragmatist’s Guide to Crafting Religion is the fourth installment of The Pragmatist’s Guide book series, all of which have been written as the work of a non-profit institution dedicated to helping people think through the big questions in life without leading them to a specific answer. All proceeds from the sale of the book go to the nonprofit and not the author.
BIO: Malcom Collins, author of The Pragmatist's Guide to Crafting a Religion, was originally a neuroscientist focused on brain-computer interface until an interest in entrepreneurship drove Malcolm to Stanford University, where he got his MBA and co-founded an art commission marketplace.
Malcolm subsequently became Director of Strategy at South Korea's most desired source of early-stage capital, raised a search fund, and acquired a number of companies (with a focus on Travelmax). Collectively the companies he directly ran brought in over $70M in annual top line revenue and paid back over 50% of the invested capital in dividends in two years of operation before he stepped into an indirect advisory capacity.
Malcolm is always on the lookout for new ways to optimize organizations as the global and technological landscape evolves. In his spare time, he lectures on management techniques, and writes (having published three Amazon bestselling books).
BIO: Simone Collins, co-author of The Pragmatist's Guide to Crafting Religion, operates a number of companies, invests in startups, and regularly lectures on the topic of management techniques (including at Stanford GSB, Harvard, and Carnegie Mellon).
The companies Simone operates and has operated include: A hybrid corporate travel agency and wholesaler with offices in Philadelphia and Lima, Peru that specializes in entertainment and production travel; ArtCorgi.com, and the Pragmatist Foundation.
In the past Simone worked in VC, PE, cyber security, and online content, managing over 20,000 writers as Director of Marketing at HubPages (the 45th-most-visited site in the US during her tenure).
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