Between individual and society, we have a very direct relationship. Anywhere or everywhere we go we will end up facing different people and personalities. We cannot survive without being in someone’s company, for example, a baby cannot grow and learn on its own without parents. Humans in general have to have structure in their lives in order to become a well-balance human being. We feed off of society and learn from everything and everyone. Society create an individuals and scope them into what they are today. Individuals without society will be more difficult and more complex.
If we don’t have society, the whole entire world would be unstructured and chaotic. We will not have any rules to regulate ourselves; so therefore, there will be more crimes and murders because there will be lack of laws. It will be impossible to survive in a world without the structure, rules, laws, and lessons that society carries. For example, when a person commits a crime, they get punish due to the fact they broke one of society’s rule. Without society, the person will not know weather their actions were good or bad, so they will most likely do something worse or continue doing that activity.
Individual and society have a mutual relationship between each other. We as humans have to learn how to live and adapt to other people and the world. Not only people, but the rules and laws that the government made for us. Society is there for a reason, and it’s something that everyone need in their life. Individual and Society do clash a lot, for example, when people is very selfish and only thinks about themselves, they will learn their lesson my seeing how great society can be and feel sorry for preventing themselves from being apart from it. In conclusion, human and society share a direct relationship between each other.
The present paper is intended to discuss the similarities between the social behaviors of baboons and humans according to the book “Almost Human” by Shirley Strum. The first manifestation of social behavior Shirley Strum noticed is threat signals the animals convey when a newcomer appears (Strum, 1987, p. 24). Furthermore, as the newcomer approaches, juveniles and adult females circle around him ...
Human beings need society for many reasons like: interaction upon one another, rules, laws, culture, and customs. Without all of those things, We will not be able to survive and adapt to the world because it will end up being unbalanced and in turmoil. Human and society do clash and have different views and opinions all the time, but at the end of the day we all find common ground because we need each other to survive. When people think that we don’t need human interactions or complain about the government, they need to think why we have these things on earth if we don’t need them.