Social Contracts

 
Series: Along the Way... | Story 8


Human interactions can, generally speaking, be reduced to either force or mutuality of respect. Arguments can be made as to where we draw that line but we behave in certain ways either because we feel forced to do so or because we wish to nurture respectful relationships.

If our behavior is based on wishing to have a society that functions in a manner which nurtures relationships we behave in a certain way regardless of whether or not there is a reasonable expectation of any further interaction. We might, for example, wave another car into line ahead of us, not because we know the other per...



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