I thought of aglot, unglot, inglot, but they seemed unused, so I turned to -lingual instead, and found alingual. Then I read this 2002 article, somewhat politically biased, but then what is not? One passage there confounded me:
By plunging masses of people from traditional societies into our modern society, we are replicating the situation when Europeans arrived among American Indians or Australian Aborigines. The conquered peoples were at such a low level of cultural development that their societies morally disintegrated and to this day are beset with massive alcoholism and widespread dysfunction (unlike the more-developed peoples who were conquered by Europe, like those of south or east Asia, who were technologically backward but culturally advanced enough to maintain the integrity of their societies).
I am more into "noble savage"-idealisation, where the primitive peoples are way beyond our modern societies in every aspect, so I was thoroughly shocked. Are and were they so undeveloped socially and culturally that they could not cope with modernity? I thought all societies was equally developed, although my society has been deteriorating this last century, making us largely unfit for everything.
What levels might there be, and how are they measured? Do you feel developed culturally?