Interpersonal Conflict: The Consequences Of Conflict And Human Conflicts

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Human nature is the human condition outside of organized society or civilization. The liberty each man has to use his power, as he will himself, for the preservation of his own nature every man has a right to everything; even to one another’s body. We are all born with conflicts and for conflicts. Conflicts are part of human consciousness in all aspects of life. One cannot avoid conflict, whether at home, at the office, or when watching television news. The consequences of organizational conflict reach further today than ever before as the interface between work and organizations experiment with flatter and more decentralized structures [2].In human conception, conflict is considered neither bad nor good, wrong or right. It is the participants…show more content…
It is a situation of competition in which the parties are aware of the incompatibility with the wishes of the other about something perceived to be important by at least one of the parties involved [25, 22].The decisions we take, the choices we make are not always going to be calm and assured, or in fact agreed. The reality of decision-making has always got to be touched by the notion that internal conflict appears to be a burden that we must bear, however it may also play a crucial part in the way that we develop our existence especially in the way we co-exist with others.People were first grouped in family, extended to tribes and later to societies/community that has large degree of concern, and collaboration between them. With population increasing and the end of face-to-face relationships in decision-making, competitive territorial and property acquisition and conflicts of interest inevitably conditioned social relationships [5].Further he stated that it would be seen that consideration of a human element has extensive implications and is basic to thinking about the nature of conflict and its
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