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Introduction about tendencies

The powers that guide man to act

jean marc tonizzo, oeuvre sur toile. abstractThe humanity is destined to reach its perfection.

Ever human being is a dynamic set of needs, appetite and diverse functions that generate activity. The set of forces that guide the humans’ activity towards defined purposes are called “tendencies”. Some of these tendencies are valued by the society.

For example, it is the case of the tendency to friendship, to fraternity, to equality, to peace, to justice, to respect of others, to altruism, to generosity, etc. Some others, on the contrary, are depreciated or condemned by the human majority. It is the case of discriminating elitism, egoism, clan concepts, predation, abuse of others, violence, dominion, etc.

Positive tendencies, negative tendencies

So, on one side we have what we could call “positive” tendencies and in the other side, “negative tendencies”. This distinction between positive and negative acts is not so important. Each human action, good or bad, always ends up enriching the positive human evolution. This distinction between good and evil is also necessary for the man to permit him to adapt himself to the coherence of the human evolution, in other words, to prefer the good than the evil.

In this chapter, in a first analysis, we will have a critical point of view about the “negative” tendencies, without thinking about their positives consequences. But we just need to reed, for example, the main liberalism philosophy, to understand the interest of the egoism in the human construction… If the egoism is, in a certain way, stimulates the action, we however have to fight against it and prefer the complementary, the fair exchange and the cooperation if we want to act in the humanity sense.

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