How to Be Less Human
Psychologists have long studied human behavior and have found many common themes. For example, they have found that children, even young ones, see the world in terms of us versus them. This dehumanization is a common phenomenon among Americans and has even led to the invention of an almost-copyrighted term. In order to make sense of these patterns, it is important to understand why people behave in certain ways. In this article, we will examine the psychological and cultural foundations of such behaviors.
The commodification of humanity is a major concern for a variety of reasons, but one of the most common is power differences. Whether we’re talking about race, gender, or sexual orientation, our perception of another person’s humanity is often influenced by the power differences between us. It is these differences that often lead to perceived differences between UHs. This explains the recent rise in intolerance towards immigrants and Muslims in America.
Some people give a perfect score to other groups, while giving less human scores to others. This is a dangerous trend, as it may result in a new wave of intolerance towards immigrant communities and Muslims in the United States. Ultimately, we are all affected by the power of other humans and their ability to communicate with them. We have to become more compassionate in order to prevent this from happening. But how do we begin to achieve this?