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I am interested in what drives the human mind to make decisions good or bad Of all the problems in society everyone of them come back to what actions we decide to make in our life as individuals and as a society To understand what motivates the decision making process is the first essential step to understanding if not resolving many problems in society I think that all people have at least an understanding of why others react in many different situations because we all have the same natural instinctive thinking process Although I am unsure if this natural instinct stays the same or if it evolves throughout a persons life If it does evolve is it also a natural thing that everyone experiences on some level or is it something that society teaches us to do for the greater good of the human population Instinctive thinking is probably at its purest state in children Children from 1 to 4 years of age have a very limited knowledge of how to conduct themselves in society They have not had time to learn the social standards of their time So with this limited knowledge children will consistently react to situations in a similar way that can only be explained by an instinctive nature Have young children changed their behavior since the 1700s I suppose any child from any culture at any time in history would cry when it was upset physically take whatever it wanted need a certain amount of love and attention and also be interested in exploring things outside of its bounds I feel that all of these instinctive behaviors seen in young children are emotions that I as a young adult have somehow came to deal wit as a part of society Certainly other children adolescents and adults young and old alike understand this behavior or it would not be accepted A person from any background or era in history tolerates this
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