The Human Element
March 24, 2018 9:33pm CST
We are all human. Right? But, what does that really mean? I think that most of us feel that being human means we are basically good people. That, for the most part, we have good elements to our personalities. We are giving, positive, nurturing and kind. Some more than others. But, still others are just the opposite. We are all individuals and some go to the other side and become negative and harsh. Depends on the experiences we have and how we react to things. But, I think that good and evil is very close. The majority of us is good and we learn from family and experience how to be responsible and how to socialize. How much of that do we feel we must preform? How much of that is realistic and forthcoming? And how much is just an act?
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• Preston, England
This is really several different arguments. What is human? Are we good or evil? Individualism? Self identity V putting on the act of appearances to others. Biologically, being human is just being a sentient ape, our good or evil is judged y our actions and intentions, rather than an inherent characteristic. Social interaction often involves the give and take and compromise that makes actors of us