Both to varying degrees. Look at the evidence, it's all around you in our societies.
Agreed. We tend to congregate in large numbers, and don't always fare well if totally secluded. That's the social part, which has no bearing on rationality, except that in seclusion, we can become irrational: Inventing friends, open hallucinations. Our rationality may be tied to the social aspect, as can be testified by anti-social behavior which is generally considered irrational. Just an opinion.
Hi kim! Heard you published? True or no. Congrats if you did!
She did, she's a little star and I for one, am very proud of her.
still waiting for feedback from you know who!
I'm ready to rant
but too giddy with your comment
cheers my friend!
Then for Gods sake, help me with the technology.
feel like a fart in a windstorm I swear
Which is far better, I might add, than peeing in the wind.
agreed and glad poop hasn't entered the conversation, oh, oops!
I'm drinking but Holle I think I have a writing problem, I posted a review to another author hit submit and poof can't find the damn thing-I'm asking someone who is smarter than us stand by Einstein
Well, drinking or not, you got further than I. Couldn't even find where I was supposed to submit. Have a little paragraph, that I'd typed, considered and copied and pasted. NOW WHERE THE HELL CAN I PUT IT? :lol;
Ok, noted this, but will be tomorrow. I am wacked, 12.21. Need my beauty sleep and don't want to make a mess of it.
Thank You tons book 2 by Friday!
Fun Fun Fun!
appreciate your support
Social and rational animal. However, I believe man is a social animal first. We learn from others, love others and are driven to procreate and live with life partners (although I accept the latter often doesn't last) think about Durkheims theory of suicide. He concluded, that at that time the greatest factor leading to suicide was lack of social integration. Man does not do well in a solitary environment.
Both or neither. Man has a choice for the most part. It's when the choice is forced upon us when we really notice.
It is rational to be social--so I don't understand why you think we need to pick only one.
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