Monday, March 25, 2013

Other's Existence: Impossible to Comprehend

Other's existence is impossible to be, overcoming theoretical standard and accepted real, regarded equally with one's own.  One always ends up with a belief of others as an immature being who could not understand myself and thereby unable to scroll up to the plane I thought out now.

For example, 'a person under age' is nothing but a social habit of such hierarchical relation.  It is the impossibility of comprehending other's existence that makes us participating in production of status and hierarchy.

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