In this essay, the human nature of physically killing its own specie and however it’s morally right to do so, and if so; when, will be analyzed in different contexts. It’s however important to show consideration and understanding to the fact that it’s also in the humans nature to not kill its own specie.
Before discussing the subject itself, it’s important to define certain terms that will either appear or have an important purpose to the subject of the essay. Morality, the most common definition of the word is the concept of doing the right thing. To define morality, It’s important to also define ’’ what is right and what is wrong? ’’. In my view, there is no definition of right and wrong, because of the fact that the most common definitions of the terms are simply just based on the emotions and decisions made by the human being. In this point of view, the definition of morality would be the concept of doing a thing that could be considered ’‘ right ’’. But in the perspective of a ’’ successful ’’ society, which fundamental brick stone is one of the human most vital desires; surviving, morality is necessary.
The amount of humans killing its own specie is quite fascinating and unique compared to other living species. The most likely factor of this would be considered the humans intelligence, but then it leaves us with the following question: why would a ’’ highly intelligent ” specie kill its own kind? But then, why would it be considered ’’ wrong ’’ and a low intelligent action for a human to kill another human? The answer could be that the human have an instinct of being developing into a ’’ stronger human ’’, as in the fact that the ’’ strongest ’’ human survives, and the ’’ weak ’’ ones are left to die or getting killed. ’’ The strongest ones ’’ are now left with more provisioning and can thereafter expand into a bigger amount of ’’ stronger ’’ humans. But on an exaggerated level of human killing, a society of ’‘ stronger ’’ humans soon wipes out...
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