How to Be Less Human
During the second season of the NBC sitcom, “How to Be Less Human,” Jerri Blank becomes the center of a love triangle. She’s a newcomer to the series but is surrounded by a crowd of non-humans and teaches a class about being less human. Although it’s not an easy subject to talk about, a few important points are worth exploring.
First, think about what makes you feel human. If you feel pain, you’re less human. In this world, you’re not really human. It’s human, but you’re less than other people. If you’re not feeling pain, you’re probably not human either. In fact, you’re more like a cockroach than a man. If you’re not feeling pleasure, you’re less human. If you’re feeling guilty, you’re not.
It’s not easy to be less human. Most of us feel like we’re less human. When we’re unethical, we feel as if we’re not as good as we thought we were. This is a very real problem for many people. This problem is so real that many people’s behavior is not even funny. How to be less human is a powerful book that will teach you how to be more human.
For example, one of the authors of “How to Be Less Human” claims that a “cash” game will make you less human. The aim of the experiment is to determine the degree to which you’re less human than others. In this exercise, the participants are required to unscramble letters into a word that is unsolvable. The researchers tell the participants that cheating is an acceptable behavior and they will receive money if they can solve the puzzle.