Unit 4 Reflection-Mya-Lynn Howard 3.docx - Mya-Lynn Howard BIO-130-60 Professor Brandt Unit 4 Reflection 1 The struggles of organisms and human culture

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Mya-Lynn Howard October 27, 2019 BIO-130-60 Professor Brandt Unit 4 Reflection 1. The struggles of organisms and human culture should not be dealt with in the same manner because that ultimately is cruel and harsh. There are always going to be poor people or “imperfect” people. This does not make their lives less important- all life is special. 2. The tendency of talent in families do not only come from an inheritance, a violinist can learn how to play that instrument from family members. Talent is a bit of “luck” and a great deal of skill. More importantly, people learn from being vigilant and practicing. 3. The ways in which Dugdale’s logic is faulty is because it is completely discriminating. Also,
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Unformatted text preview: some of the most intelligent people were “disabled”. For example, Stephen Hawking was a globally respected physicist that studied quantum theories and such things. And even the great Albert Einstein, his teachers believed he was “mentally challenged”. However, he created the theory of relativity. 4. German people and other Europeans “fell” for Hitler’s ideas due to Social Darwinism. They were convinced that all the “unfit”/ “imperfect” shouldn’t live life. So, anyone that was not suitable for them was killed and or harmed substantially. 5. Such acts can be prevented in the future by being sympathetic and altogether not simple minded....
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