Factor That Cause Conflict Analysis

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Through the course of development, many forces and factors played significant roles and shaped society in its current form. Some of these factors could be responsible for the problems faced by us today. One of the possible factors is summed up by Charles Baudelaire, French poet: “By nature, by necessity itself, [primitive man] is encyclopedic, while civilized man finds himself confined in the infinitely small regions of specialization.” If this were actually true, it could have profound implications for the way society is designed. However, these factors being inextricably linked to the development of mankind and to the stage of development we are in presently, however, cannot be removed in order to ease our problems. It is impossible to turn the clock back and to pretend that we have never innovated technology that we actually did, or for that matter, to do away with the current system in society that makes man ‘confined in his region of specialization’ and make him encyclopedic once again. Technology has a huge isolating influence on our culture and progress. Once it occurs, it is irreversible, yet, without it we are doomed. So, ask yourself about your principle whether a world tomorrow would be better off or can you reasonably act on it if everyone else is lived by that principle. The solution could…show more content…
Conflict is a part of human condition. Though largely philosophical, these statements points to a huge difference in thought process, mindset and lifestyle between us and primitive man and is a potential reason that leads to great many conflicting situations in our lives today. Voicing a similar line of thought, Albert Einstein said: “If men as individuals surrender to the call of their elementary instincts, avoiding pain and seeking satisfaction only for their own selves, the result for them all taken together must be a state of insecurity, of fear, and of promiscuous
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