Tag Archives: evolution

Selfishly Social: An Essay On The Need For Contact

Selfishly Social: An Essay On The Need For Contact Why do we need others? We do, it is a proven fact. Lacking instincts, we need exposure to others than ourself to learn even the most basic life skills. Humans learn through … Continue reading

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Pattern Recognition

I once read that we recognize genitals in the same way as we recognize faces; that’s why we’re more likely to spot “things that look like genitals” than things that bear uncanny likeness to other random items. It’s the same … Continue reading

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To blame or not to blame: an essay on human nature

To blame or not to blame… an essay on human nature Another blogger (the wonderful Jaen Wirefly http://authorjaenwirefly.wordpress.com/) had been posting a few articles about bullying, and these caused me to wonder about things. To begin with, human nature. How do … Continue reading

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