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Do traits influence the values that we create or appeal to us?

Asked by sensin (243points) May 25th, 2014

Someone who is strong and thrives on challenges will create or adopt an existing value that incorporates competitiveness and conflict while someone weak or sick, who cannot survive under such values will create or adopt an existing value that consists of peace and humility above honor and greatness because then they take advantage of cooperation and on reciprocal self-sacrifice.


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GloPro's avatar

I disagree. I’m a type A personality asshole who always has to be right… But I live to help others.

Dan_Lyons's avatar

What the eff are you talking about? Are you using English?
Strong people who thrive on challenges quite often practice peace and humility while still being competitive and honorable.

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Tropical_Willie's avatar

Run-on sentences with over 55 words . . . are, as @Kropotkin (also @sensin) has shown LONG ! ! and confusing

dxs's avatar

^^Honestly though, it’s a headache trying to read what you just posted.

stanleybmanly's avatar

Those are generalizations that, in my experience, are far from accurate. For example, sick and weak is not the same as sick and weak willed. Nor should physical strength be confused as a reliable indicator for aggressive competitiveness.

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