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The instinctive aggression does not means that it is related either to the Darwinian theories or genetically heritable But it definitely is seen in particular stage of social development This development does not mean the positive development but it means the wrong education that we inherited from our ancestors which I have mentioned before Moreover I do believe and agree with the idea of the organised behavioural system since some people apply this aggression as a character Lastly what I can say about the development of aggression referring to this text is if there is no demonstration of aggression in ones environment the aggression in him cannot be developed any way So it is developed by learning and inherited by genes My final response to Chapter 3 is that male domination society makes the man be more aggressive rather than woman Besides the female are born not to struggle with hard conditions of life but to take care of her family And that is why we see that men are more active in aggression However one thing we should not ignore is the female can be more aggressive than the male when her family is under attack or risk The human nature is due to change through the conditions of life and therefore the aggression which we inherited from our ancestors by learning not by our blood is having a wider place in our lives So this means it develop more each year since no one has done a real and effective precaution about it The aggression in animals does not show anything about the aggression in humans because the aggression in animals is directly connected to their instincts They can not think or decide They do what their instincts tell them to do and this is the main fact which differs them from us There are some common points between the humans and the animals since we share the same world and we
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