As paleo diets and ancestral health and anti-vaxxer campaigns sweep the country, one gets the sense that a new form of primitivism is approaching, an emerging cult cleverly disguised behind the attractive mask of authenticity—or should I say, neoauthenticity. 

One way or another you’ll know neoprimitivism has arrived when legitimate concern over technological . . .

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