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|#73 - your comment need to be stickied damn it||11/19/2014 on Don't tell me what to do!||0|
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#79 - ctsasquatch (11/02/2014) [-]
You are objectively wrong, and this is why:
"...educating people that you should not be harmful towards others INSTEAD of teaching self-defense..." <emphasis mine> Really? They already teach that in preschool, or even earlier if parents are doing their job. Shitlords KNOW that what they are doing is wrong, but choose to do it anyway. Education isn't the problem. Raising a society of professional victims isn't quite the problem, either, but it certainly makes the problem worse.
I mean, think about it. If a person is arrested for a violent crime, do they EVER say "Wait a sec, attacking someone else is wrong? I had no idea! No one ever taught me that robbery/assault/rape/etc. is bad." Of course not. That would be patently absurd.
So, if telling people not to be harmful towards others accomplishes jack shit, teaching people to defend themselves against a knowing aggressor is probably a good idea.
The part in which you advocate the careful consideration of an argument before discarding it IS spot-on correct. Anyone is capable of having a valid point, it's just that in this particular case they don't.
Have a nice day!
#121 - problematique (11/03/2014) [-]
I see where you're coming from but consider the following.
There is a strong bond between consciousness and unconsciousness. The fact that no one ever claims they had no idea that what they are doing was wrong doesn't mean the educational system cannot be at fault (doesn't mean it is either). See, I believe that everything starts from education because everyone at some point of their lives went through the desks; your dad, your mom, the mayor and so on.
It's the common ground that we ALL have, it's the foundation of our society. I mean, society standards are being slowly seperated from what our educational ones but inherently, it all starts from school. So, yes, a teacher will definitely not practice this knowledge willingly, but it's the whole culture that promotes behaviours like this. People that harm others do not do so just because they want to - sure enough they do as well, but what I'm trying to examine is the cause. What CAUSED them to want to harm others? Why do they find pleasure in it? Is it really our genes that set the background on behaviours like these? Maybe there's a basis in that, but I'm reluctant to accept that when humanity has advanced so much we still base our notions to our mere insticts - especially when the latter tend to descend progressively.
Let me give you a straight-forward example because I tend to rant. Let's say, we have a rapist. Perhaps the rapist knows that his actions are inherently malicious, however if he's being brought up in a system that supports, even indirectly, or promotes rape, subconsiously he will have in mind that he didn't do in fact anything wrong. When you grow up in a society that teaches don't get raped rather than don't rape (and by teaches I mean the very way we live our lives and build our standars upon) you might know what you are doing is wrong, but you don't embrace the notion entirely.
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