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ll kick start with this. If human behavior in a great sense is based on the norms and standards of the current inhabited society. And that society has set the rules for how things are and how things are not... So if different societies have different norms, rules and standards. They make different types of characters(people) right?
Minimaxhall Minimaxhall 26-30, M 3 Answers Sep 4 in Hobbies

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Within the limits of your statement , Yes. However below the societal level there is a species set of norms involving reproduction, food, possessiveness aggression and other things we call instincts. They give us all a common starting point on the map from which to proceed. For instance. Some other species eat their own young. No one of us do.

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Instincts... My favorite.... You are right indeed. And yes... We have these ancient instincts ingrained in our mind. It is claimed these instincts are remnants from our past due to very different circumstances of how we lived way back in time. 100 years, 300, 500, 1000, 3000, 10 000 years ect. I think instincts can be conditioned... Not that I am saying we should all move to Tibet and become monks. But what part of the "social level" does instinct play a role??

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Instincts are genetic. Like the instinct to eat. They need to be bred out, they can however be overwritten by social convention. Remember the last time someone Teed you off and you didn't brain him?

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The world, and everything in it was made for man to enjoy.

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Really?

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yes I agree with that.!

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What are pros and cons for such an arrangement? ;)

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I don't think any one society holds everything that should be instilled in one's life.!

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Hmm...

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