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In this paper I will try to explain the puzzle of whether individuals are products of society or society is a product of individuals I believe that in general and in the beginning the answer to this question is that society is a human product I will start by presenting early man the hunter and gatherer as an early form of society but lacking critical qualities of a society Then I will continue to support my theory by analyzing the beginning of known society some three and one half thousands years ago I will present the individual as creation of society or more precisely an ongoing social recursive conditioning I will also present society as creation of individuals Finally I will conclude my paper with some thoughts on the paradox of who is the product and who is the producer of the individual and society EARLY MAN According to Charles Darwin man developed from the ape Darwins theory of evolution appears to be unsupported though because for thousands of years these apes have been there but none of them have developed into human beings nor did Darwin ever find the missing link Although unproved there must be a process of evolution And if there was evolutionary process a few of the steps in-between still must be missing Since man is not asexual man did not and could not survive or prosper by himself Early man grouped together with other hunters and gathers to form a family which brought order direction and stability to his life According to Rousseau the earliest and only natural societies are families Primis 192 The point here is that the individuals choose to become a part of something larger than the individual But if Rousseau is correct there was a time when the individual gave up certain freedoms to find security within a group This is contra to Thomas Hobbes view It was not until significant scientific advances
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