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  • War isn't part of human nature but competition is

    Not as much war as just competition debating on who is the best such as the Olympics and world's strongest man. These are forms of war that don't end in death or violence. I believe this because of the fact that all humans compete with each other in one way or another

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  • War is part of human nature.

    There will pretty much always be war. Whenever there is "peace," it's like just a break before another conflict begins. I don't have anything else to say so... Hi hi hi hi hi hi hi hi hi hi hi hi hi hi hi hi hi hi hi hi hi hi.

  • War is part of human nature.

    There will pretty much always be war. Whenever there is "peace," it's like just a break before another conflict begins. I don't have anything else to say so... Hi hi hi hi hi hi hi hi hi hi hi hi hi hi hi hi hi hi hi hi hi hi.

  • Yes war was always there and it will never leave

    War has been part of our nature as far back as we have documented even before that we have always had somthing to fight about wether it be food or territory or even our own religious beliefs war will never leave its part of us its in our mentality to always have something our way or to get somthing we want its jusy part of us wether we like it or not.

  • Yes, we are part of war and war is part of us.

    First of all no martian came and taught us to fight, we learnt it our selves.The blood of a warrior is running through our body.
    We do it all the time mostly through words sometimes through actions. Sometimes for political issues, sometimes for your survival.
    War has always been a part of us and we have always been a part of war.

  • It is in our nature

    Through centuries, humans have shed blood from one another. We are bred for war because its in our genes/nature.
    We make weapons of mass destruction, we destroy habitats, have arguments with on another even have our own opinions which turns into arguments.

    If you look around you, politics, religion, greed, money, power even peace itself creates war.
    Humans can not help creating war because its our nature. We are designed that way. In fact we progress better through war. But we will never have peace until the whole human race is extinct.

    Even this debate creates war.

  • "Only the dead have seen the end of war." -Plato

    Yes, of course war is part of human nature. The same as having sex with each other is part of the human condition. Sometimes, violence is the answer. Now, I know our modern day culture of "let's play nicey-nice" namby-pamby, progressives don't like to admit it, but it's the truth all the same.

  • It is part of human nature to go to war

    The reason that people go to war or that war takes place is usually to get access to resources or more thereof, such as land, water or food supplies. These such resources are essential to the survival of a human and therefore we will fight for them in order to survive. If someone is in shortage of something that they need I believe that by their natural instinct they will fight for it.

  • War is human

    War is what we do war is for population control every were things kill to keep a dominant species not so overpowering it controls everything war is human nature it is in our blood. Simply war is human. Trust me i have seen my fair share of war. War is in all our hearts.

  • It is not in our nature but it is in our culture.

    If we read Darwin´s book word by word, page by page, we will see that the idea of the survival of the fittest is mentioned approximately 12 times, while the idea of cooperation and affection among the same species is mentioned more than 140 times. For him, that is the key for survival
    For some reason, there was and still is a cultural bias among what is Darwin’s essential idea. Do we wonder why? Because that maks the difference between standing alone and standing as one. And we all know that even in war you will not survive alone...

  • Yes, we are part of war and war is part of us.

    First of all no martian came and taught us to fight, we learnt it our selves.The blood of a warrior is running through our body.
    We do it all the time mostly through words sometimes through actions. Sometimes for political issues, sometimes for your survival.
    War has always been a part of us and we have always been a part of war.

  • War is not part of human nature.

    Humans feel a lot of guilt when we kill. Soldiers returning from wars have been know to suffer mental health problems including post traumatic stress from killing other people. We evolved to love and care for each other. It is not natural to kill. Every war that has occurred has resulted in nothing more than dead bodies. War is pointless. Common sense tells us not to harm other people. Love everyone and promote world peace.

  • No, war is not human nature.

    Recently studies on some of the most primitive wondering hunter/gather tribes of today in Australia and Africa have shown that they tend to be very peaceful and are rarely ever in conflict with other tribes. In fact developed countries of today are more likely to go to war than these tribes.

  • No, war is a product of civilization, not human nature.

    It's up to a culture to decide how best to deal with other groups of people. Many, as we've seen throughout the ages and all over the world, turn to war because they feel an inherent sense of importance to protect those close to home, and a fear or hatred towards "the other". Ultimately, however, each society's values, size, resources, etc. to decide whether they participate in war.


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