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What makes some people think that they have the right to judge another person?


Could they have a "god" complex?

 

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    Nique (dndswordsmith) 4 years ago

    I see your point being religion and ego. Judgement can come out of those concepts. Nobody likes to be judged negatively and it can cause hatred. Your right :)

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    Starmom41 4 years ago

    U have on-target POV! not meaning to be pushy, but would u answer the question I asked at the end of first comment? it's an IRL issue.


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    Nique (dndswordsmith) 4 years ago

    ???, thank you for your answer

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    Nique (dndswordsmith) 4 years ago

    I see, peer pressure can be an excuse to be judgemental towards others. Judgement can be based on intuition and perception as well as ridicule, antagonism, contempt, disapproval, etc. Thank you for your answer

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    Nique (dndswordsmith) 4 years ago

    Judging your answer :) a very interesting viewpoint.

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    Nique (dndswordsmith) 4 years ago

    Got ya! We are all judgemental then. I may have to stop being so hard on myself :) Good way of looking at it.


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    Nique (dndswordsmith) 4 years ago

    There seems to be a consensus (online and offline discussion) that ego has a big part in association with judging others, therfore that would make the "God Complex" non-existent when dealing with being judgemental due to ego.

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    Nique (dndswordsmith) 4 years ago

    Why do I ask? I have somewhat of a limited exposure to a broader scope of opinions from people who are not in my circle. I enjoy gaining knowledge from others "its what makes the world go round." Your right "God is the fairest and best judge of all."

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    Peeples 4 years ago

    Are you saying you never judge anyone?


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    Nique (dndswordsmith) 4 years ago

    Thank you.

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    Nique (dndswordsmith) 4 years ago

    Okay, going off of the definition used, I understand. Your view makes sense having categorized judgement as an opinion. Thank you for your answer :)


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