Not a Biological Necessity Summary Sentences

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K i r k | 1 Sean Kirk Professor Corner English 110.01 January 25, 2008 Biological Necessity Summary Sentences 1. War is one of three things, a biological necessity, a sociological inevitability, or just a bad invention, and there are people who argue the first point, and people who argue the second point. 2. There are also people who argue a point that is somewhat in between the first two points, saying that aggression springs from frustration, and that all forms of culture are frustrating, so it is inevitable that aggression will come. 3. Warfare is nothing more than an invention, such as the use of fire, or marriage, or the burial of the dead are all inventions, although not commonly seen as such. 4. It is clear that warfare is an invention because of the fact that in cultures such as Lepchas and Eskimos do not have warfare, simply because it is not necessary. While there might have been passions raging, there was no war. 5.
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This essay was uploaded on 04/22/2008 for the course ENGL 110.01 taught by Professor Clark during the Winter '08 term at Ohio State.

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