To ban speech for this reason, i.e.,for the good of the speaker, tends to undermine the basic right to free speech in the first place. If we turn to the local community who were on the wrong end of hate speech we might want to claim that they could be psychologically harmed, but this is more difficult to demonstrate than harm to a person 's legal rights. It seems, therefore, that Mill 's argument does not allow for state intervention in this case. If we base our defense of speech on the harm principle we are going to have very few sanctions imposed on the spoken and written word. It is only when we can show direct harm to rights, which will almost always mean when an attack is made against a specific individual or a small group of persons, that it is legitimate to impose a sanction.
Secure individuals because of their positive attachment history, effectively regulates negative affect; they acknowledge distress and turn to others for support in times of need. Insecure individuals (avoidant. anxious/ambivalent) on the other hand will use less than optimal means of affect regulation. Specifically, avoidant individuals will cut off anger and distress related symptoms: they won't acknowledge distress and won't attempt to seek support and comfort
In his Nicomachean Ethics, Aristotle says that “the excellent person is related to [their] friend in the same way as he is related to [themselves], since a friend is another [themselves]” (1170b). It must initially be established that Aristotle thinks only virtuous people can have true friendship because “bad people find no enjoyment in one another if they get no benefit” (1157a). A truly excellent friendship between excellent people is “immune to slander” because both friends know each other deeply and fully trust one another. Healthy friendships among virtuous people are also balanced: both individuals understand each other’s needs. The relationship is harmonious because the happiness of one is inextricably linked to the other.
Empathy means you are able to apply the perceptions of someone’s feelings and how that affects their needs. An empathetic leader is aware of these feelings and how they impact the other person’s consciousness. Managers that are empathetic leaders are good listeners abiding by the rule of spending more time listening than talking, are nonjudgmental with feelings of right or wrong with direct confrontation with their own feelings, and lastly emotionally intelligent by analyzing those feelings at a personal level. To be an effective leader in a management position, one needs the critical component of empathy because it creates trust. For example, if your employees don’t trust you, they simply see you as a manager and not a leader.
If they (whoever of the people you love) says to you a word that you don't like or does something that you don't like, don't try to get revenge, stop the vicious cycle, just try to be better. Be more polite, help them with their everyday life, if you have the chance to anger them, DON'T do it. Just try to behave with them as best as you can, and you will see that the relationship just gets better. If they continue with their behavior, just give them a small sincerely advice (or make them read the article it doesn't matter), but just try with small things and things will get
In many cases, it is clear that the best way to teach is to encourage positive actions through praise. However, ignoring negative actions will not make the decision and its consequences disappear. This inaction makes it seem as though making the bad choice will not harm you; the good choice can bring benefit but the bad thing has no further consequences. It will also set precedent for future decisions, since others may feel that if one person was able to get away with making a bad decision, they can do the same. Finally, not assigning consequences for negative actions to the right person will make it worse for the common pool, since the rest of the group will suffer for one person’s decision.
This great concept reflects that while we are attributing success to our internal characteristics, we are blaming others for any negative events and assigning failures to outside factors. Self-Serving Bias module describes that we do not always clarify things objectively, while we are making judgements about other people and events. Also, self-serving bias as a part of cognitive biases, gives an opportunity for people to protect their self-esteem which means that by attributing positive things to themselves, people improve their confidence and by blaming others for negative events, people avoid personal responsibility. In my opinion, it is not surprise that almost everyone in the world have faced such situations since self-serving bias works in every aspect of life. I also have faced such situations in which I assigned success to my own skills and blamed others for negative events.
I told Maria and Rosa that they were being so unreasonable by keeping quiet and just thinking that I didn’t want to show up. At the end we stayed friends, but it is not the same like before because the trust is not there. This illustrates how easily a simple misunderstanding can escalate into a conflict between friends. Good friends are expected to be reliable, willing to listen, caring and supportive. Friends should be able to work through what ever problems no matter what.
Otherwise, it may cause conflicts between people which is not good for promoting cultural diversity. When we are exchanging ideas, instead of being prejudiced by first impression or judging others, we should accept the differences and be kind to everyone. If we suppose that our cultures are superior to others’, it only shows your ignorance because you are not that important and
“Respect other people 's feelings, it might mean nothing to you but everything to them.”-unknown. Respect is like a glass cup if I break it, it can never be completely fixed. Having admiration with friends, having kindness, having Gratitude are some of the main things. Having these things with my friends, family and even strangers help make our world a better place. We need these things in our lives so our society doesn 't fall apart.