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We are all murderers and prostitutes--no matter to what culture society class nation one belongs no matter how normal moral or mature one takes oneself to be R D Laing British psychiatrist RD Laing obviously backs up William Goldings point of view that human nature is evil Human nature is directly affected by the environment and is constantly changing due to the experiences of the individual Oscar Wilde once said The only thing that one really knows about human nature is that it changes Change is the one quality we can predicate from it The systems that fail are those who rely on the permanency of human nature and not on its growth and development The error of Louis XIV was that he thought human nature would always be the same The result of his error was the French Revolution It was an admirable result Human nature depends upon the environment in which they are immersed The idea that children not humans in general are swayed by the ideas and actions of their parental figures is also a central idea of the book The Lord of the Flies by William Golding Because of the war in England where the boys were from their human experience was one of war If there was no war going on in England at the time they were evacuated from England there wouldve been no deaths no Lord of the Flies and certainly no beast Because if they had came with a good human nature then how would there have been a beast which Golding classified as the basic evil inside all of us Another thing that ties in with this that children try to copy what they see adults do so if a child sees an adult smoke up or drink then he may believe that it is okay or it is right because their parents do it As
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