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Are humans better than other animals?

 Desegura posted 24 days ago
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zanhar1 said:
Depends on the aspect. In terms of a higher level of thinking/problem solving/philosophy and the ability to craft tools and innovate, absolutely.

However I firmly believe that mga hayop have humans beat on a few things; physical abilities, body design, and morality.

Physically they tend to be faster, madami agile or have a much higher level of strength. Their physical abilities are much better adapt for survival and/or hunting than humans'.

On the same plain, they tend to have less flawed bodies. In the sense that the human body can be unstable. I'm talking things like, biting your own tongue is possible due to the structure of the mouth. Spines are literally pretty weak. And, most famously, the male reproductive organ (aka a really sensitive point) is exposed and ill-protected. Other examples; link mga hayop don't seem to share these issues.

And finally, despite the human ability to reason and use logic. Despite the ability to empathize, humans are senselessly violent. Sometimes you can see that in mga hayop but usually their violence serves a purpose; survival. They kill only to eat or to secure their bloodlines via mating rituals. Humans are (as far as I know) the one of the only species that kill for sport or vengeance.

That said, humans also have the ability to be madami compassionate in a way that some mga hayop aren't. Humans can ipakita affection in different and creative ways and can empathize and sympathize in madami complex manners. They can express compassion in madami elaborate ways.
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posted 24 days ago 
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Agreed.
trisha1 posted 22 days ago
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Thanks!
zanhar1 posted 22 days ago
trisha1 said:
Humans are mga hayop in the sense that neither deserve to be mistreated.
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 Humans are mga hayop in the sense that neither deserve to be mistreated.
posted 24 days ago 
Ranty-cat said:
Nope. We're worse.
What other mga hayop rape, murder, or start wars on the same scale as humans? What other mga hayop have created weapons capable of destroying every living thing on Earth? What other mga hayop bicker so constantly among themselves and create societies based on empty consumerism and xenophobia? What other mga hayop have the capacity to hate as much as we do?
Humans have proved on numerous occasions that they can be intensely cruel to animals. Not just cruel to mga hayop - we're cruel to life, and mostly for our own personal gain.


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posted 24 days ago 
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For the record, a lot of mga hayop rape and murder. Also territorial-ism is technically xenophobia
Riku114 posted 23 days ago
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And on the topic of it being non-pragmatic to be territorial. Some people aren't exactly fond of using logic. Especially anyone who would be under the demographic of the extreme cases mentioned so far.
BlindBandit92 posted 22 days ago
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Well, the use of the term “xenophobia” is pretty explicitly placing territorial tendencies in the camp of “largely fear/hatred-induced,” but it sounds like we’re on much the same page at this point. I don’t think the severity of the response (even if it ends in the intruder’s death) is what makes it induced sa pamamagitan ng xenophobia, either. The outcome, no matter how damaging, doesn’t necessitate a certain emotional impetus. And yes, some people aren’t being pragmatic in their territorial efforts. That doesn’t mean it’s non-pragmatic to be territorial, just that some people (and animals) take it to an extreme. Whether that’s the result of xenophobia, a knee-jerk response to a perceived threat, mistaken identity, or any other reason, it does happen.
Ranty-cat posted 21 days ago
twinklestar11 said:
Hellll noo. mga hayop waaaaay higher than humans
Humans can die idc
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posted 23 days ago 
Windwakerguy430 said:
That depends on how you look at it
Humans are far madami advanced in technology, evolution, and have been able to become one of the smartest creatures on the planet through growth and learning
mga hayop however are not held down sa pamamagitan ng morals or much responsibility other than to eat and survive. mga hayop are able to kill other mga hayop for food. When a human kills another human, it is considered a crime.When an animal kills, it's for pagkain or to survive. mga hayop are able to survive in the wild without the worry of temperature, dangerous wildlife, and other such things. And not to mention, they only need to worry about eating and breeding. Humans worry on a regular basis about all sorts of things. I remember a poem I read discussing how humans fear time every single araw and that the ignorant bliss of being an animal is that they do not have to worry about time, that it is something they do not care for
mga hayop are better than humans in their own ways, while humans are better than mga hayop in their own. It all depends on how you look at it
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posted 23 days ago 
Makeupdiva said:
No, mga hayop are better than humans, I mean humans are greedy, selfish, rapists, murderers, abusers, etc. Humans are some of the worst mga hayop on the planet.
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posted 23 days ago 
EgoMouse said:
*Humans are animals* lol.
This isn't really a good question. It doesn't ask what we're better at or worse. Like a deep sea creature is better at living in a harsh dark underwater environment than a human.What conditions are we talking about? Why are we grouping every animal against humans?
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posted 22 days ago 
ShadowFan100 said:
It depends on what you mean. Some humans can be cruel little shits, but so can some animals. Notice how I sinabi "some" and not "all. And also, humans are technically animals.

I've actually seen one of the Pusa we have biting at one of the kittens. And usually every time I give some of my leftover food, they all scramble for a piece and attach any other Pusa who attempt to take one, especially if they already gave it.

So, as much of an animal lover as I am (and always will be), I don't think any spices is "better". They're just different.
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