The social dimension of man

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THE SOCIAL DIMENSION OF MAN: Man in nature has: physical weakness, too thin, low suitability of biological adaptation, lack of natural means of attack and defense, poor fitness for a varied diet, psychomotor immaturity (the early years ) and required long-term care of mothers. Sagittal organization forms are a way of adaptation through which certain types of organisms increase their ability to survive and multiply. The man has been doing (evolving) through a process of humanization. The distinctive feature of human being are: The ability of language (a form of communication between humans), the sense of freedom (cooperate and act jointly and unselfishly with his peers), ability to perform creative and intelligent work by using tools that have been refined. / It is noteworthy that the human brain: a copy of nature or invent useful to cope with the various tasks of adaptation. These useful made with hands and always use them and make up a group. / Neither man nor human society can be explained cmprendidos or independently. In this sense is that the social can form part of our reality more intimate and immediate. Man needs of society to live in groups, to develop and shape your personality according to a human profiles. In contemporary societies, before birth, a child has passed through the filter of numerous social customs and practices, as well as: social and legal institutions governing marriage, institucuones medical care delivery conditions etc. A set of economic and commercial activities related to the very fact of birth. The man out of society would be a totally helpless and also a completely different to what We understand by man. / That is, humans have survived and evolved through its social and under development and transmission of culture . / In short, cultures only exist in society, man would not exist without society and this could not exist without man and without culture. The man is the product d their society and culture.

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