Wednesday, May 8, 2013



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  2. I agree with a lot of the tweets about question one. I agree that "survival of the fittest" is still in play in our generation in many ways. People are always fighting and competing to be on top. To survive, you have to be the best. Only the smartest get into the best schools, the athletic become professional athletes, etc. I believe that "survival of the fittest" still goes on in many ways.
    I also liked a lot of the responses for the second question. I agree that there are primitive urges and instincts that come to surface when needed. They can come out when we are trying to survive. For example, we could think that we have no idea how to hunt and find food until we are starving and actually need to. I agree that there are primitive urges and instincts in us that can come to surface at certain times, like for survival.
    I also really liked the responses for the third and final question. I agree that it is both human and animal nature to seek dominance over others. It is similar to the "survival of the fittest"; People are always competing and battling to be the best. It is like in the call of the wild, where the dogs are always fighting and killing each other so they can be the top dog. They want dominance and power over others. It is the same for humans; We are always fighting to be the best because we want power over others. We want to be able to say that we are the best. I would definitely have to agree with the responses that is of both animal and human nature to seek power and dominance over others. Overall, I think that the classes did a great job of responding to these questions.

  3. I agree with most of the tweets. I think that they were very well thought out and I enjoyed what people had to say. I think that Claire Peters did the best job. I enjoyed her tweets and I almost always agreed with her and if I didn't then I think that she had good reasoning for her opinions.

  4. I agree with most of the tweets. Survival of the fittest doe still exist, and will continue to exist as long as we do. No matter who you are or what it is you do, you will have to fight for survival.
    I also agree with most of the Q2 tweets, many of the things we do, are learned, but there are those few things that are instinct, and that really falls into play with survival of the fittest. Doing what is you have to, to survive.


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