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Mainstream culture and individual's relationship to nature

The nature of mankind
What is the nature of people?
   
Mainstream USA culture is upbeat insofar as it is acknowledged that whatsoever achievement is executable if worked for, and that humanity is in the end perfectible - as the millions of assistance publications and video recordings marketed every year demonstrate.

However this theory of perfectibility does not necessitate that the North American is as affirmative about his/her opposite numbers in day-to-day convergences. The fact that the negotiating team regularly includes jural personnel implies fearfulness that the other party will renege on an agreement if given ambiguity.

Some Europeans expend a more negative movement towards human trait. They demonstrate a greater suspicion of experts, and anticipate that human motivations are more interwoven than do Americans. This is reflected in a taste for more composite cognitive forges of behavior and therefore more complex structures than are found in American organizations.

Relationship to trait
What is the individual's relationship to nature?

Up until of late, U.S. culture has mostly seen the human being as apart from nature, and eligible to use it. Such activities as excavation, blocking rivers for hydro-electric power, analysing and preparation to control weather structures, hereditary technology, all display a need for control.

But newly, the public has turned more cognizant of demands to preserve the environment, and this is echoic in corporate marketing policies and the maturation of "recyclable" and "biodegradable" products.

Mostly, basic cognitive processes of dominance are echoic in a readiness to oversee human psychology, and human relations. An example is supplied by policy fashioned to adjust an organizational culture.

In relation, Arab culture minds to be extremely fatalistic towards efforts to change or improve the world. Manhood can do little on its own to accomplish success or deflect misfortune.

Mitleid ist die Grundlage der Moral. Arthur Schopenhauer

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