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In the past two millenniums humans situation has evolved a lot We have come a long way since the Roman empire Many new types of technologies have been discovered and developed Today our knowledge and understanding of different types of phenomenons have increased tremendously Among other things we have been able to understand how nature works and how we have been created We even considered the fact that we might not be the only civilization in this immense universe Yet there is still one big gap to be filled we still dont understand how human nature works Human nature is a very difficult concept to understand This is because each person has its own personality behaviour beliefs and values It should be in our best interest to understand ourselves in order to prevent problems and conflicts caused by disagreements between ourselves Nowadays we live in difficult periods many conflicts crimes and other problems occur very often We dont really realize it but most of these problems are due to our lack of understanding each other and even ourselves In this sense we could say that humans are not aware of their own blindness To prove this Ill be analyzing two books we read Sphere The Left Hand of Darkness and a movie we saw Enemy Mine trying to see what kind of ideas each story shows about human nature In a first place Sphere tries to emphasize the idea that most of us tend to ignore our subconscious We all had a fear an idea or a dream that we dont want to talk about Sometimes it could be strange thoughts that we had or something similar We dont want to talk about them because they shock us and they make us feel uncomfortable Often we dont even realize when these thoughts happen because it all happens in our subconscious The subconscious is the part of our mind that holds the forbidden the
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