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There are two kinds of actions in humans these actions are determined by their biological mechanisms and social conditioning or from their intuitive insights and free choice I believe that each individual chooses independently what determines them I dont think that a generalization about how all humans act can be made Yes we are free and have the ability to choose freely but is human will truly free in todays society Humans are rational agents who are free and must recognize the principle of independence Every human has their own unique intuition which one instinctively knows and it keeps one in touch with reality However we live in a sensible world and are subject to physical laws therefore despite our freedom people fail to choose and think freely and inevitably fail to follow their intuition Situations may arise that involve unequal social interactions which cause free intuitional judgments to be prone to error Therefore social conditioning and biological mechanisms play a big part of determining peoples actions because society is controlled by the ruling class with the power Even though we may live in a democracy a ruling class still exists so people are not completely free The ruling class has the means of production and the power so it expresses dominance over those that are weak The ruling class invokes laws and ideas that justify it and benefit it In doing so the ruling class alienates the people that are not part of the ruling class Therefore people are not free to choose their actions intuitively and true individuality does not exist The ruling class alienates the people so the people act according to the social conditioning imposed on them and they are forced to rely on their biological mechanisms Empirical thinking or learning through ones experiences helps one to think about conditions and consequences of an action Future choices require judgments based on past experiences and understanding interactions and connections Therefore some humans
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