The Occidental world refers to various nations depending on the context, most often including at least part of Crona, northern Ixnay, and Levantia with the status of Kiro-Borealis being disputed by some authors. Also known as the West, there are many accepted definitions, all closely interrelated. The Occident (from the Latin word occidens, "sunset, West") in contrast to the Orient (from Latin word oriens, "rise, East") or Eastern world, a delineation made from the perspective of Levantia and Sapredon in relation to Audonia, as most world maps now include Levantia in the center.
Kiro-Borealis is considered part of the Occident when the reference is to whyte folks but not when referencing the greater Latinic influenced greater Odoneru basin. The Coscivian civilisation is considered unique from the rest of the Occident and can sometimes be referenced as the Borient. It is also home to a staunch Anti-Occidental cultural movement.
The term "Western culture" is used very broadly to refer to a heritage of social norms, ethical values, traditional customs, religious beliefs, political systems, and specific artifacts and technologies.
Specifically, Western culture may imply:
- a Biblical Christian cultural influence in spiritual thinking, customs and either ethic or moral traditions, around the Post-Classical Era and after.
- Sea of Odoneru cultural influences concerning artistic, musical, folkloric, ethic and oral traditions, whose themes have been further developed by Romanticism.
- a Istroyo-Adonerii Classical and Renaissance cultural influence, concerning artistic, philosophic, literary, and legal themes and traditions, the cultural social effects of migration period and the heritages of Celtic,
Germanic, Slavic and other ethnic groups, as well as a tradition of rationalism in various spheres of life, developed by Hellenistic philosophy, Scholasticism, Humanisms, the Scientific Revolution and Enlightenment.
The concept of Oddicental culture is generally linked to the classical definition of the Western world. In this definition, Western culture is the set of literary, scientific, political, artistic and philosophical principles that set it apart from other civilizations. Much of this set of traditions and knowledge is collected in the Western canon.
The term has come to apply to countries whose history is strongly marked by Odoneru immigration or settlement, such as those located in Crona, northern Ixnay, and Levantia, and sometimes Kiro-Borealis.
Some tendencies that define modern Western societies are the existence of political pluralism, laicism, generalization of middle class, prominent subcultures or countercultures (such as New Age movements), increasing cultural syncretism resulting from globalization and human migration. The modern shape of these societies is strongly based upon the Industrial Revolution and the societies' associated social and environmental problems, such as class and pollution, as well as reactions to them, such as syndicalism and environmentalism.
|Nation||Base culture||Continent||Primary culture group||Notes
Error creating thumbnail: File missingÆtheryion – Commonwealth of Ætheryion
|Caphiria – Imperium of Caphiria||Latin||Ixnay||Latinic||N/A|
|Cronzcovina – The Neoteric Confederation of Cronzcovina||Slavic||Crona||Slavic||Cronzcovina's status in the Occidental world is debated for two main reasons. The first of them being that Cronzcovina being a former Burgundian colony has a significant amount of Levantine influence. This influence hasn't held up through time due to Cronzcovina's influence from its natives and neighbours. Cronzcovina has also been integrated with the rest of Greater Ixnay through the 1900's and the Great War. As well being a slavic nation many have debated whether it's culturally occidental. Though the majority of Cronzcovina is slavic it has become very anglicized, especially in the Magnia, Gabben, Las Acronitas, and a large portion of Suderavia.|
Error creating thumbnail: File missingHelvianir and Rhodennir – United Kingdom of Helvianir and Rhodennir
|22px Cartadania – Federative Republic of Cartadania||Latin||Ixnay||Romance||N/A|
Error creating thumbnail: File missingKistan – Meritocracy of Kistan
|Kuhlfros – Aonthaithe Republic of Kuhlfros||Celtic||Levantia||Celtic||N/A|
Error creating thumbnail: File missingPalmeria – The Federal Republic of Palmeria
|22px Pauldustllah – Imperial Kingdom of Pauldustllah||Coscivian||Crona||Coscivian||Despite being a Borealian/Coscivian nation, Pauldustllah has long adopted the culture of the occidents.|
|Urcea – Apostolic Kingdom of Urcea||Latin||Levantia||Latinic||N/A|
Proximately occidental nations
|Nation||Base culture||Continent||Pirmary culture group||Notes|
Error creating thumbnail: File missingCeylonia – Ceylon Republic
|Latin||Punth||Aboriginal||A former Cartadaniaan colony, the ruling class of Ceylonia espouse the occidental ideals but the majority of the population remains tethered to their oriental Punthite ideals.|
Error creating thumbnail: File missingÇyr – Second Çyrine Republic
|Latin||Audonia||Romance||The culture of the Çyr has been heavily influenced both by its indigenous culture and broader Audonian cultures. However, its colonial era occupation by Burgundie greatly influenced the modern nation. Even so, Çyrines generally reject the label of "occidental," preferring instead the idea of a "middle hemisphere" though this concept has little traction outside of Audonia and parts of Punth.|
Error creating thumbnail: File missingGalicia – Democratic Republic of Galicia
|Latin||Punth||Aboriginal||A former Cartadaniaan colony, the ruling class of Galicia espouse the occidental ideals but the majority of the population remains tethered to their oriental Punthite ideals.|
Error creating thumbnail: File missingKiravia – Kiravian Federacy
|Coscivian||Kiro-Borealis||Coscivian||Only in reference to whyte folks, culturally unique, home to an strong anti-occidental sentiment.|
Error creating thumbnail: File missingReçêpistan – Social Republic of Reçêpistan
|Turkic||Ixnay||Turko-semetic||While having adopted some of the tenets of the occidental world, Reçêpistan's unique position as a bridge between the east and west makes its placement debatable.|