publication . Article . Other literature type . 2018

Ambivalence Human Nature and Social Justice

Samuel Bassey;
  • Published: 30 Sep 2018
Abstract
Human nature is said to be ambivalent. We have clashing reactions, convictions, emotions towards something or somebody. We cherish and dislike, we acknowledge and dissect, we blow hot and cool at the same time and so on. We are comprised of inverse contradictory characteristics. This affect the way we relate with others and environment. The problem of social justice can be seen to emanate from the above. It is due to this problem that government institutions was set up in place to checkmate this excesses. This paper is thusly an endeavor to scrutinize the problem of ambivalent human nature in the light of social justice. The paper contends that for us to ensure ...
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free text keywords: Ambivalence, Human Nature, Social Justice., ambivalence, human nature, History (General) and history of Europe, D
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publication . Article . Other literature type . 2018

Ambivalence Human Nature and Social Justice

Samuel Bassey;