Does this guy make any sense?

Human Life and Understanding of "Human Nature"The focus of this writting is to explain what "I" know from what I know about the explanation in "Human Nature" and why it came to be.Do take it upon yourself's that what I know, from what I know takes the same issues as science. It is said that science is based on assumptions, since there are no facts in science, but only assumptions. And of those assumptions we make more assumptions, as I have with this writing: "Human Life and Understanding of "Human" Nature.The reason I write this knowledge is so, you, the person having access of a computer and internet can share this with others, as I have done to you. And the reason I share this knowledge with you is because I am you in a different story. Although you and I have different pasts: meaning different knowledge, different environments, and different brain functioning, you and I are the same in conscioussness. You and I are very similar, but very different, and if you don't understand this, than maybe you will after you learn of my knowledge further in this writing. And hence in my knowing, that you and I are so alike. You also wish to know things, and gain power from it. So I wish with my deepest honor to share my knowledge with you before I go. Os iusti meditabitur sapientiam, et lingua eius loquetur virtus. It wasn't "next" that I was headed toward, but "bygone" that I was always chasing after.Apparently this is what Human Nature is to the so called "Educated Philosophers"1."Man is a conjugal animal, meaning an animal which is born to couple when an adult, thus building a household and in more successful cases, a clan or small village still run upon patriarchal lines."2. "Man is a political animal, meaning an animal with an innate propensity to develop more complex communities the size of a city or town, with a division of labor and law-making. This type of community is different in kind from a large family, and requires the special use of human reason.3. "Man is a mimetic animal. Man loves to use his imagination (and not only to make laws and run town councils). He says "we enjoy looking at accurate likenesses of things which are themselves painful to see, obscene beasts, for instance, and corpses." And the "reason why we enjoy seeing likenesses is that, as we look, we learn and infer what each is, for instance, 'that is so and so."What, the so called "Educated Philosphers" don't comprehend is the difference in a human and an animal and the difference in nature and development. Sure, we have the body of an animal. But it is the thought process in the fact that we know that we think, and so we are. Where as a animal does not, instead it follows what ever Expereiment A says. Yet we humans are capable of using thought process(expereiment b) to reap the advantage in experiment A. capable of much more complex thought processes. We have the ability to apply what we've learned and are even able to imagine and come up with new applications for previouslly learned concepts or ideas. We are naturally born and develop into political, mimetic, and conjugal "animals"We, humans are like peices of writings. I see it, that we are born as blank white peices of paper in different shapes and sizes. As time goes, little peices of color and ink start accumulating on the white peices of paper making us who we are in knowledge. The reason I know you and I are very similar is becuase of the same material and same process. We both start out blank without any knowledge/ink, and eventually we start learning... New paint and ink covers the old, and you change and change just as a drawing or essay does when you add something to it. It is also to my knowledge that knowing this, you can conclude that human nature is something accumulated and learned. Hence I find the person who first mentioned "Human Nature" has contradicted himself.(Some one agree with me, that this guy is a moron)

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  1. biorhythmicity says:

    I find small parts of this to be accurate. What he says about science is not correct. There are facts in science that are found by first making an assumption. We know that Helium is lighter than air, science has told us that as a fact. However, science views facts differently, it deals with what is found to be true at the present moment. Tomorrow an apple may fall up, but for the time being, the apple falls to the ground. So gravity is a fact in the present, but could not be a fact tomorrow if somehow gravity were to cease to function.The numbered points (1, 2, 3) are taken directly from Aristotle himself not “educated philosophers” it is just 1 mans thoughts or philosophy.I don’t get his point on #3 after the quote from Aristotle, that sounds fairly stupid to me. It is also riddled with poor sentence structure and a lot of this writing is fluffy and doesn’t really have a whole lot of meaning. He is also not giving animals very much credit on their intelligence, learned behaviors, or their sense of community.This sentence is just horrible grammar.”Do take it upon yourself’s that what I know, from what I know takes the same issues as science.”And this one, I can barely read.”But it is the thought process in the fact that we know that we think, and so we are.”The last paragraph is somewhat accurate, however I do not personally think we are born blank. This is John Locke’s philosophy of Empiricism. We are born blank and everything comes from our sensory perceptions and that forms our knowledge. Human nature is related to the human society. What we accepted as good human nature 2000 years ago, now is criminal behavior or immoral behavior. Human nature (in my opinion) develops as a whole and is not reliant on the individual. This is one of the most debated subjects in human history.