Nature Of Human Nature

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2.3 Human Nature

If you look for the bad in people expecting to find it, you surely will. – Abraham Lincoln (1809 – 1865), the 16th President of the United States.

In human body – always -- a human inside. Human nature is a very common psychological attribute of all humankind. It is shared by most human beings. The character of human conduct is generally regarded as produced by while living in primary groups. They are the fundamental dispositions and traits of human characteristics that include ways of thinking, feeling and acting that all 'normal' human beings have in common. By nature, all human are alike but practice make them apart. A loving person loves to live in a loving world, a hostile person likes a hostile world, and a monk prefers
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When we want to like someone, or believe something, we see all the arguments for it, and become blind to the arguments against it. When we want to find fault in someone, we all gang up on him. Even we ourselves generate some line of arguments if needed. A halo effect, in theory, is a cognitive bias that involves one trait influence the other: if you favor a politician’s politics, you are likely to think he is a statesman too. Favorite film star exploiting public sentiment and becoming influential politician is common. In this way we get things systematically wrong. Oppositely, when people doubt more of their own beliefs, paradoxically, they are more inclined to go in favor of them. People who are forced to confront the counter-evidence go even more forcefully to advocate their original beliefs. And in such case, a man can be viewed as a self-motivated mover, a being: who alters himself and alter the world through the decisions he makes; who determines values and invests things with those values that can make his life and his world according to the values that he determines; and who, in an extreme case, even terminate his own life by choice. And even sad truth is that more evil is done by the people who cannot make up their mind either to be evil or…show more content…
These moral faculties construct the way we perceive and respond to our real world. Feeling of fear makes people risk-averse, disgust to refrain from, and anger to take risk. Our brain can immediately determine and instantly judge how trustworthy a human face is before it fully perceives. This supports the idea of snap judgment which takes only about 30 milliseconds as seen in a brain scanner. While focused on activity in the amygdala (responsible for social and emotional behavior), one experiment finds that the specific areas of the amygdala were activated based on judgments of trustworthiness or non-trustworthiness, which is an. evidence that our brain makes judgments of people before we even process who they are or what they look like. All comes natural. Sometimes, we make moral judgment calls intuitively and then justify; other times, we just think automatic like a camera – point and shoot. Both
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