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 Human Nature (3)

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Human Nature

The concept of human nature is a fallacy. Physiologically it can be said there is a "nature" of being attributable to mankind, but the more simplistic day to day examples of human nature observed in the current socio-economic situation are an illusion. Humans are subject to having their values and thought process shaped through symbolic communication and the re-affirmation of fallacious bull crap titties. Anyone with half a brain hole titty can ascertain the praxeological ass wank of factual banana splitting shinanegans that a human cannot formulate an opinion or thought without some form of input being processed via the cognitive apparatus of hippopotamus dildo penetration. Thus it can only be included that humans can form thoughts of many diverse varieties, and that constructive and free thinking individuals can be created methodologically by gifting mankind with the gift of knowledge and wisdom.
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Anyone with half a brain hole titty

The signature inclusion of “hole” for no reason.

Human patterns of behavior (nature) is mailable, but not infinitely so.

Did you know that facial expressions associated with certain emotions are consistent across cultures and even among those born blind?

Also, I don’t think fallacious is the word you’re looking for here.

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Human nature is a fallen nature. This means that human nature is sinful. A sinful nature in the end will only end in destruction because of the nature of sin itself. Humanity, one way or another, will destroy itself (there are many ways I can tell you how) despite their well-meaning and good intentions. Human nature has something other lifeforms do not have. It's called "free will". This means that humans can act outside of its nature. Humans can use free will to do something opposite or counter to that of our nature.

Gruffalo(42) Disputed
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Human nature is a fallen nature.

We've been evolving for billions of years, do you call going from a single celled clump of protoplasm to a human being "falling"?

This means that human nature is sinful.

The definition of sin is that which goes against the will of God. If you believe God created you with a certain inherent nature then every sin you commit is his fault.

Human nature has something other lifeforms do not have. It's called "free will". This means that humans can act outside of its nature.

How convenient, except there is no evidence whatsoever that humans have "free will" because in reality our consciousness is generated by physical matter and electricity rather than some magical "soul" and we are subject to causality just like all other physical matter and electricity.

Amarel(4987) Clarified
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We've been evolving for billions of years, do you call going from a single celled clump of protoplasm to a human being "falling"?

The singular best rhetorical response you have ever provided.