If someone talks about humans not being animals then they are wrong. Humans are animals and there is no doubt about that.
Yes and No, in the way I think, we are acting like animals through primal instinct, yet at the same time, we thrive off of today's society.
LindsayPL said:Human is definitely animal, but only better developed.
That statement is meaningless without saying what is better developed. In terms of strength, speed, ability to hold our breath, ability to go without drinking, regeneration etc we are inferior.
You have realized by now, I would hope, that Humans are really not that destructive?In a literal term we are animals, but our ignorance with intelligence makes us set ourselves a step higher then the rest of life on Earth. Remember that we know better kids, so we are the adults of the world which gives us the right to play god a fuck everything up.
You have realized by now, I would hope, that Humans are really not that destructive?
Don't get me wrong, it's folly to say we aren't destructive. It's also folly to say we don't have ignorance. However, you're arguing the ignorance as though it's something unique to humans, as well as using it in the strong, heavily-weighted version. Either you're going to have to do some good 'splainin', or admit that everything nature produces is ignorant. Since "destruction of environments / ecological damage / "balance" " in no way is mutually inclusive or exclusive of humanity.