Freud - Jacob Zipperstein Freud: Reflections upon war and...

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Jacob Zipperstein Freud: Reflections upon war and Death P1 – As long as Nations across the world have different standards on how one should live, there will always be conflict and war. P2 – It was expected that the white nations, the nations that received control over most of humanity, would have been able to resolve conflicts amongst nations without violence. P3 – Unlike the civilized states, the great Nations had acquired some acceptance for their differences and didn’t immediately affiliate “enemy” with “foreigner” anymore. P4 – People were allowed to travel within the friendly nations because war was no longer imminent. This allowed people to start appreciating other nations for their unique properties. P5 – Another war is unavoidable because we are only holding off our differences for the time being. However, if there were to be another war, this war would not completely destroy the relationships that have been created amongst nations.
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