Jack Sinclair If it’s your primary claim that any choice humans make is humans nature (whatever the source of their choices, whether “free” or “environment” or “compelled” or “genetic” – “illusionary” – pick an adjective), then that’s that for that argument. I take as a given that there is a set of attributes _possible_ in the totality of human nature. But what of the individual? That’s my focus. Now to a) Education: I wasn’t talking about smarts. I was talking about power structure learned from the age 5+ b) Kitty Genoese is a familiar name but it is outside of what we were talking about. I’d need to reset parameters for that as you probably picked something that needs a difference angle. c) Let us suppose that In person a) brutality lay dormant. It will not activate unless provoked by extreme circumstances. Person b) brutality is an everyday affair. B destroys A due to brutality. Person C says: It is human nature that B destroyed A. Person D says: Then why did A not destroy B and showed no signs of brutality?

Jack Sinclair If it’s your primary claim that any choice humans make is humans nature (whatever the source of their choices, whether
“free” or
“environment” or
“compelled” or
“genetic” –
“illusionary” –
pick an adjective), then that’s that for that argument.

I take as a given that there is a set of attributes _possible_ in the totality of human nature.

But what of the individual? That’s my focus.

Now to a)
Education: I wasn’t talking about smarts. I was talking about power structure learned from the age 5+

b) Kitty Genoese is a familiar name but it is outside of what we were talking about. I’d need to reset parameters for that as you probably picked something that needs a difference angle.

c) Let us suppose that In person a) brutality lay dormant. It will not activate unless provoked by extreme circumstances.

Person b) brutality is an everyday affair.

B destroys A due to brutality.

Person C says: It is human nature that B destroyed A.
Person D says: Then why did A not destroy B and showed no signs of brutality?

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