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What Is Humanoid Society?


Does your life feel a little dull and routine-driven? Do you feel like there is not a lot of variety and excitement in your daily life? If so, you might be interested in the concept of a humanoid society. This subculture or movement thrives on its strict codes, norms, and behavioural standards. 

The basics of what it means to be part of this culture are straightforward, but many aspects are more obscure than they appear at first glance. 

This article will cover everything you need to know about the Humanoid Society. We will explain what it is, where it came from, who practices it, and the unique values that distinguish it from other subcultures or societies.

 What Is the Humanoid Society?

The Humanoid Society is a subculture or movement that thrives on its strict codes, norms, and behavioral standards. The basics of what it means to be part of this culture are straightforward, but many aspects are more obscure than they appear at first glance. 

Humanoid society is a loose term used to describe the lifestyle of people who embrace the idea of humanoid life. It is a lifestyle that revolves around the values and ideals found in science fiction literature and movies. 

These values mainly include acceptance, self-expression, and living for the present moment. This idea can be seen in many sci-fi genres, such as science fiction, fantasy, horror, anime, manga, and video games.

Humanoids have different relationships with each other and humans outside their society. They often do not consider themselves human but have another humanoid, such as a cyborg or alien. 

They may also see themselves as an A.I. trying to gain sentience or simply as someone with no gender.

History of the Humanoid Society

The first known use of the word “humanoid” in its modern context was by Karel Capek in his 1921 play, “R.U.R.,” or “Rossum’s Universal Robots.” According to Capek, robots were to have a humanoid shape, which has been said to be inspired by Fritz Lang’s 1927 film “Metropolis.” 

Capek wrote that the robots were designed to serve as enslaved people for humans and would eventually replace them. The idea of a human-like robot replacing humans was not initially well-received. 

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However, it inspired predictions from science fiction author Isaac Asimov: “In time, the robots will know more than we do, and they will be superior and take over.” Of course, this never happened, and instead, the opposite occurred. 

Humans started using robots for labour and industrial purposes while humans became more technologically advanced and learned how to design humanoid robots that could think for themselves. 

This gave rise to a new world with different roles for humans and machines that have allowed us to advance into our current society, where we see a diverse range of occupations held by individuals who are both human beings and humanoid creatures.

Membership Requirements for the Humanoid Society

The basic requirements to join the Humanoid Society are as follows:

 You must be a person of at least one body. 

You must be aware and conscious.

 You must have a sense of agency and autonomy. 

You must also be able to participate in society actively.

Why Do People Become Part of the Humanoid Society?

Many become part of the Humanoid Society because they want to live a simpler, more free lifestyle. Society’s central tenets are centred around self-improvement and personal fulfilment. 

They believe that following society’s rules and standards will make you happier and more fulfilled than if you do not. Other people become part of humanoid society to improve their physical appearance or health by following the community’s strict norms. 

In this case, becoming a part of a humanoid society would allow them to feel like they are living up to their potential as an individual.

How Can You Become a Member of the Humanoid Society?

The first step to becoming a member of the humanoid society is to determine what it means to be in one. Being part of this subculture means adhering to specific standards and norms within the group, which can vary depending on the individual. 

However, members typically adhere to social-emotional and physical standards, spiritual beliefs, dietary restrictions, and a code of conduct. Once you have come up with an idea of what it means to be part of this society, you can begin trying some of these aspects in your life. 

You can change your diet or incorporate exercise into your routine. You might also try taking up meditation or using spirituality as a way of coping with your issues. 

The important thing is that you find something you enjoy doing and will stick with it long-term so you can eventually become an active member of society.

The Value System of the Humanoid Society

The values of the Humanoid Society are in place to ensure that its members feel like they have complete control and freedom over their lives, which is achieved by limiting outside influences from entering their lives. These values include individuality, self-love, freedom, honesty, and creativity.

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Who Is Part of the Humanoid Society?

The Humanoid Society is a subculture or movement that thrives on its strict codes, norms, and behavioural standards. It is made up of people who identify as humanoids, which typically means people who are part of this culture are interested in humanoid-specific hobbies like robotics, artificial intelligence (A.I.), robot combat, etc., which also includes those with a personal interest in the ethical treatment of animals and other living beings. 

These rules and guidelines make it easier for everyone to get along. Humanoid Society members are typically not involved in criminal activities.

 Instead, many humanoid members engage in acts like animal experimentation that might be considered ethically questionable or have financial gain as their motive rather than to help society or the environment.


The Difference Between a Cult and a Society

The Humanoid Society is both a society and a cult, but it is important to note that the difference between a society and a cult is not always clear. Both have their own set of principles which are often difficult for members to leave and are closely monitored by the group. There are some critical differences between societies and cults, in any case. 

For example, societies tend to be less restrictive than cults regarding what they expect from members. They also often accept new members over time, whereas most cults do not allow new members because they believe everyone who joins them has been thoroughly vetted through their screening process. 

Another distinction would be how groups or people practicing humanoid societies differ from those practicing a cult. Groups within the humanoid society culture often focus on family-style relationships with one another. 

At the same time, most cults are highly individualistic and instead focus on the bonds they share with other members or followers.


Unique Values of the Humanoid Culture

As mentioned before, humanoid culture is largely unknown to many people. However, there are a few fundamental values that make it stand out. 

The first value that comes to mind is its sense of exclusivity which means that members of the society typically only accept members who adhere to its strict codes, norms, and behavioral standards. 

Another significant value of this culture is activism or even taking action to create change in society. In short, the goal is not just to live but also to fight for human rights and equality, which may seem like a lofty goal, but those living within the society believe in those ideals profoundly and practice them daily. 

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The last value would be their aestheticism or preference for aesthetics over functionality when designing things from clothing to homes and food. While these items may not have practical purposes, they are still aesthetically pleasing, giving an overall pleasant environment for anyone living within this culture.


Other Values in the Society

The values of humanoid society are based on the idea that people should be treated as individuals and not just a number. It is a value widely used in many other societies, but it is not one you will see in mainstream business practices. 

The idea of humanism means valuing people over things, human-centred design principles, and using a person’s individuality over their demographics. 

As you can see, the values of this subculture are very different from what you would expect to find in mainstream society. A lot of the ideals are based on celebrating individuality and personal freedom.

A Few Terms and Concepts You Need to Know Before We Start

Before we get started, you may need to familiarize yourself with a few terms and concepts: The 5-star system is an integral part of the Humanoid Society. It measures members’ behavior concerning these five criteria:






In order to be considered a member of the Humanoid Society, someone must reach a certain level of stars on their 5-star system. 

In addition, many levels within each category help you determine where your current status falls concerning these standards. For example, if you were at Level 4 out of 5 for purposefulness, your behavior falls into the “outstanding” category.

The Vision of Humanoid Society

Humanoid society is a subculture or movement that thrives on its strict codes, norms, and behavioral standards. The basics of what it means to be part of this culture are reasonably straightforward, but many aspects are more obscure than they appear at first glance. 

The vision and aspiration of humanoid society are to create a community where there is variety and excitement in life. In society, there is no demand for material possessions; instead, people would share what they have with the rest of the community. 

Therefore, wealth would be distributed, and everyone would be equal with one another. People in humanoid society believe that by giving away material possessions, they can avoid wasteful spending and work to earn their living through work rather than capital accumulation. 

There is supposed to be some “higher purpose” in life that each individual has, as well as an innate understanding of how individuality affects other people, which could lead to warring humanoids or bigots who do not understand the potential for human compassion within them.

Kamaruzzaman Bustamam Ahmad

Kamaruzzaman Bustamam-Ahmad (KBA) has followed his curiosity throughout life, which has carried him into the fields of Sociology of Anthropology of Religion in Southeast Asia, Islamic Studies, Sufism, Cosmology, and Security, Geostrategy, Terrorism, and Geopolitics. KBA is the author of over 30 books and 50 academic and professional journal articles and book chapters. His academic training is in social anthropology at La Trobe University, Islamic Political Science at the University of Malaya, and Islamic Legal Studies at UIN Sunan Kalijaga Yogyakarta. He received many fellowships: Asian Public Intellectual (The Nippon Foundation), IVLP (American Government), Young Muslim Intellectual (Japan Foundation), and Islamic Studies from Within (Rockefeller Foundation). He is based in Banda Aceh and can be reached at ceninnets@yahoo.com.au

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