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Poll: Have people really changed throughout history?

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  1. #81
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    Re: Have people really changed?

    I agree that our primitive nature is the same as always. We will continue to search for "sex, security, and social validation" in order to express ourselves, however there has been more added to the human nature throughout time.

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    Re: Have people really changed?

    Depends on the scale of resolution. At the widest scale, we haven't really changed. Still the same biological humans with the same biological needs. The more you narrow in the more you see the change. There's probably a point as well where going in further starts to reduce observable change as motivations go back to being basic biological requirements as well as other social and individualistic motivations like family and power.
    Those who do not respond to reason can not be conquered by it.

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    Re: Have people really changed?

    Compare a person born in a wild jungle during prehistoric times to a person born in the modern era. Their way of understanding defers because of the change in civilization and thinking process. When people, or any living creature for that fact, has been set to thrive at an environment it has been given but cannot survive in, it is due to adapt. our way of thinking and understanding our setting, our past, our present, who we are and what we accomplish has not been an ideal set of questions being asked a few centuries, even decades ago. where we are and how we choose to reply and contribute to a conflict can prove that we humans have changed. we ponder things differently, we communicate differently and we understand differently because of who we were before. It shapes us but it doesn't take over who we are as ourselves because we truly define ourselves through how we contribute to our set environment.


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