Wednesday, June 27, 2007

Involuntary Judgementalism: Are we a victim or the cause?

It is human nature to form an opinion as we perceive our surroundings. Our perception of things as we see/hear/touch/taste/smell gives us an idea of what we think of those things. This idea forms the basis for all of our actions in relation to that thing. Sometimes without our knowledge, this opinion forms a critical part of our decisions. As time flies by, these opinions still have a say on our decisions irrespective of where we are and what we do. It gets to a point where we are being judgemental about things even when we dont realize it. We like to believe that we always make rational decisions, but do we? Is man a victim of involuntary judgementalism or merely the cause for it? Are we sophisticated enough to figure if our decisions are truely rational?

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Rational according to whom?

Humans are the cause AND the victims of involuntary judgments.

-Yosh :)