What Is A Society For?

What is a society for? Is it for one sector of society to prey upon the other sector of society? Or is it about the cooperation between people so that they can provide themselves with the help of others those things that they could not provide for themselves individually.  I believe it to be the latter.   In fact, I believe that cooperation with one another is the only reason for society. This makes the relationships within society cooperatively based and therefore dependent on one another.

We must show that society is not simply a population source to be exploited, the way that many in society today have been taught to believe to be true. Instead we must show that society and life are give and take processes in which we grow and prosper with the help of the other, instead of acting against one another.

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2 Responses to “What Is A Society For?”
  1. Lilit Akilian says:

    I think that without society, people would be trapped in a bubble. Society gives us a chance to interact with one another and relate to eachother. We are all human beings living in this world and it helps to know that there are people out there that have the same problems and worries that we do ourselves. Society gives us an opportunity to not be alone in this world. I think that this is the main purpose of society; people can grow and live together.

  2. Christopher Graham says:

    I feel that society does only exist because of large corporations. These corporations need us to exploit and use to make money. They use our labor and break our backs while they make millions of dollars and at the same time show very little to no care for the common worker and his family.

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