Intersubjectivity and Interpersonal Brighter Side
March 23, 2016 Leave a comment
Thoughts on Alphie Kohn’s —
“The Brighter Side of Human Nature”
Look upon other people and see that we are all humans. We roughly appear to have the same forms and physics, the same sets of uniquely human behaviors ( such as use of language). Upon deeper inspection, by biologists who study DNA, There are traits and characteristics that are universally Homo Sapien or human.
Meet and talk with other people and discover that people have cognitive differences of each person; Travel and note the cultural differences of people.
If you are one who has used medications and therapies for serious health problems, you will quickly learn the unwritten rule : “what works for one may not work for another, everyone is different“. One can infer each Homo Sapien is biologically different from the next, Same goes for their sum total of subjective experiences. The individual has characteristics that are unique.
I am pretty sure that a universal model…
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