Category Archives: Humans as social animals

Human Social Behaviour

One probably does not have to seek obtuse explanations with respect to social manipulation (including “supra national control” ) The simple reality is that humans “like like” and feel uncomfortable with any alien presence. This inclination of humans to segregate … Continue reading

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Emotions

This is a pattern of behaviour which might (or might not) be associated with excessively (exuberamtly) amplified behaviour, expressed vocally or by “body language”. A universal attribute is the absence of rational direction. There is no consensus opinion about cause … Continue reading

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Are Humans Capable of Rational Thought?

It has long been held that humans are “rational creatures”, that is their behaviour is governed by reason. The term “age of reason” was the (self proclaimed) view that humans awarded themselves in self-congratulation. Indeed there is ample evidence of … Continue reading

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Patrimony

Patrimony “inherited from father”, i.e. the assumption is that the father creates wealth which is transmitted down the generations. This word does not fully encompass the concept which will be described below. In this sense it means that fraction of … Continue reading

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Pleasure, Happiness and Comfort

Large regions of the brain have recently been mapped and labeled as “centers of pleasure”[1] Happiness, however, appears to be an emotion which is recognised retrospectively. It is preceded by “pleasure” the complex result of an interpretation by the brain … Continue reading

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Why do Humans Dominate the Earth?

It has been frequently pondered why humans have become the dominating animal species. Amongst the answers which have been punted are the human capacity to use hands, the “reasoning” which allow the use of instruments and the “superior intellectual capability”. … Continue reading

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The weapons of manipulating moral righteousness, avarice, jealousy and acquisitiveness.

Moral righteousness is a meme. That is a behavioural attitude which can spread through a society influencing decisions and allowing evaluation both “negative” and “positive”. Moral righteousness is probably impossible to define. However, it has the effect of conjoining human … Continue reading

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