This word is used for anything or situation that cannot be given a logical explanation: lights in the sky, people who have disappeared into thin air, strange sightings of non-human creatures. Perhaps at times it is too abused and risks turning something normal, or very serious, into a television phenomenon.
Many are afraid of what has no explanation… but just as many are those who, instead; they are fascinated by it.
I think you are all familiar with the story of the security guard who, at the Yeltsin museum in Russia, drew a pair of eyes on the human figures in Anna Leporskaya's modern work. I don't know the work, but the first thing I thought is: "Are you a huge moron?"
In psychology, any opinion rigidly pre-established and generalized, that is, not acquired on the basis of direct experience and which does not depend on the evaluation of individual cases, on people or social groups.
School, as we know, is the place where a culture is made.
From elementary to high school, the state tries to teach young people the history of the country and the world using various subjects such as language, economics and so on.