Disrespect: Emotion and Word

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Disrespect
Theres a word in the dictionary called disrespect. It can be viewed in many different ways by many different people. This alone takes from its meaning and causes it to be more of an emotion than anything else. It represents many things to many people and can never be seen the same way or understood by any but the person who feels that way. This essay will describe the word disrespect, its way of changing into an emotion, and the reason its nothing but an emotion and not a real thing. As a noun disrespect is a lack of respect, esteem, or courteous regard. Classified as a verb it means to show a lack of respect. Therefore you must take into account the route word itself. Respect is a word the same as any other but its seems to have a sense of power. One of its many defintions says a feeling of appreciative, often deferential regard; esteem. In the defintion alone it allows one to see that the word is not necessarily an action but more of a response to others actions that can than be turned into disrepect. A word like disrespect shouldn't really be seen as an action but more of an emotion. You really cant deny that this word is an emotion. You feel threatened or upsest by an action and label it under this word. By the use of your emotions to determine that this word fits the case proves that its an emotion. Theres no way one person can say its disrespect and the next could say its not. The conflict represented in this word should allow the mind to open and realize that you act off of judgement when classifying another persons actions as direspect. Allowing the mind to open would also allow one to see that your personal background and history affect how you place judgement on someone elses actions and/or words. Someone who has never heard the truth more than once a day or been told about themself without a sugar-coated topping would not be able to handle joining the army and being told your a jacked up warrior while during basic training. The same...
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