I believe these conflicts are the 'norm' people's fault because they are the ones who are not accepting others as they are. As well as, some are not standing up to say what should be done about the people who are being evil, and criticizing others, while they are not perfect to begin with, either. Their theories developed from the experiences of Man, particularly from his tribulation. The Waknuk people are insecure about themselves; therefore, they use God as an excuse for their persecution of the deviates. Joseph Strorm is one of these hippocrates who does not believe in the rights of the deviations, who had forced his sister, Harriet, to basically never to come in contact with him because she had a deviation of her own.
Thereby, people always ignore the differences that occur in the intercultural environment and occasions. People also are used to easily label other when someone's behavior differs from themselves. It is widely aware that the assumption of similarity results in people ignoring the distinctions of the meaning of nonverbal symbols, signs, and signals. People are more likely to misunderstand that meaning of nonverbal symbols, signs and signals are same across the world wide. Thereby, they would like to understand nonverbal behavior in their culture's way.
Secular humanist feel that religion is really a negative thing because it gives you rules to follow therefore you never really follow your deepest desires. The one thing Christians and secular humanist have in common is that they both look for the good in everyone that no one is truly bad. Atheistic Existentialism is very different from Christianity in almost every way. Christian feels that we as humans have purpose and are on this Earth to follow whatever path God has for us. However, Atheistic Existentialism sees humans and even themselves as nothing but matter and to me it is completely sad that they have no faith or feeling of value.
You can see all of these important characteristics in all that they accomplished. Although they had many similar characteristics, Puritans criticized the many of the Enlightenment figure’s ways of living such as their motives, their scientific views, and how to please God. One area in which the Puritans criticized the Enlightenment thinkers was in their motives. The Puritans were some of the most religious people of their day. Sometimes they focused so much on right and wrong that they lost sight of what God wants them to do.
I mistrust the judgment of every man in a case in which his own wishes are concerned. ~ Daniel Webster. To an extent I agree with this quote, but some arguments I have say otherwise. To a degree a man’s judgment can be trusted if his intentions are altruistic ones, but the pervasive issue still remains in that it is human nature to see flaw in others hopes to make a conclusion in which may or may not be true. The purest judgment lies in those who expect no results and thoroughly analyze the conclusion they wish to understand, disregarding judgments about selfishness due to one who’s own wishes are concerned.
He also rejects some of the society morals and goes against doctrines from the church when he says “no law can be sacred to me but that of my nature” (Emerson 262). He says about consistency that it is this keeping us from trusting in ourselves, because we are scared of contradictions, of fighting for something we disagreed before but man should be consistent on the variety of actions honest he has been. However, he says that consistency is a big problem because it is this that keeps a man from breaking a pattern in which he lives. Men are also consistent on everything they do because of fear of making a mistake and as a consecutive being looked
Just because someone is different, and going against "god's will," they can not have the same basic rights as everyone else. I believe the government is just trying to make the majority of the United States happy. I also believe they are letting their own religious beliefs get in the way. This needs to stop. We need to stop being so stubborn, and realize this injustice.
People, especially our age, want more than anything to fit in. When you don’t look at yourself in a positive way, it can be very challenging. In the Scarlet Letter however, Rev. Dimmesdale is viewed as a trusting, high figure in society. These views of himself the townspeople have is incredibly hard for Dimmesdale to bear.
Some employers think that people with learning disabilities cannot be independent and would not be able to keep a job. People that stereotype others are at a disadvantage as they ignore the diversity within a group and convey negative vibes and attitudes; Sutton & Stewart (2008), state that ‘stereotyping allows no room for individuality, and is generally negative. It stems from our deeply embedded, and often condition, conviction about others, and may be due to fear or lack of understanding about people different to ourselves. In a counselling setting, this would cause harm to the client and damage the relationship between the counsellor and the client as is suggested by Sutton & Stewart (2008), ‘stereotyping can have a damaging effect on the therapeutic alliance. To remain neutral, and to prevent putting barriers in the way, counsellors need to listen to themselves carefully for any signs of ‘putting their client into a niche`.
People judge people. It is human nature, and cannot be helped. People are always going to make assumptions about you based on how you present yourself to them. People often feel as if they are defined by how people see them, so they hold themselves back from expressing who they are in fear that it will be ill-received. If you live your life only to be accepted by others you will never be able to truly accept yourself, and it is that lack of identity that will keep you from going after your dreams.