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#1 petrushkagoogol

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Posted 19 July 2016 - 06:41 AM

Why is it difficult to "domesticate" Man to curb his refractory and unsociable side as compared to some animals like a cat, dog, sheep or goat ? 

Is the mind of these animals more pliable than Man ? 

I think this is possible for Man only in exile to the Gulag or a state penitentiary.....

Do you agree? :innocent: 



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Posted 19 July 2016 - 06:06 PM

I believe a humble  man  can be domesticated  without much difficulty  by a strong  authority 



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Posted 23 July 2016 - 05:27 PM

Are you sure "domesticated " is the right word?  When I think of domestication, I don't generally think in terms of sociability, but more in terms of control, or management.  Working with cows every day, I witness the bovine sociability on a daily basis as they interact with each other and the few people they encounter, and I can tell you first hand that domesticated and even friendly animals can be quite dangerous to each other and humans.

 

As for the "domestication" or "control" of man (or woman, to be politically correct), It is my belief that it is up to each adult human to strive to control one's self, so long as the individual is not harming others.


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