When it’s okay to be human
Good news, our brains are still switched on. Let’s see why. What a great initiative. A real gift at the end of the year. A crisis to manage. What better way to evolve. Sometimes, a little help is all it takes for us to drag ourselves away from our favourite entertainment. Although today’s trigger is both experimental and suggestive, it only continues to make many people react on the Twittersphere.
I won’t plunge myself into a moral debate on this blog, that would certainly distort it, given the fact that I’m trying to maintain some subjective neutrality. One thing is certain, this kind of debate inflames the Internet because it is based on a well-known social paradox.
In several cases of social sub-grouping, the initial group may react to the “division” of its unit. Depending on the nature of the differentiator, a portion of individuals within the subgroups will not want this characterisation to be made official. Several levers will be used to one or another of the protagonists in order to achieve new stability. Following these actions, amalgams will be created, all resulting from a tasty confusion and misunderstanding on both sides. Long live humans, long live us!
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Last Updated on January 10, 2020 by Coach Danny