ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846

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Relations of Dominance

Bharat Dogra IF only one cause has to be singled out for the prevalence of large-scale distress in the world, then this is likely to be the persistence of relations of dominance. It has been a very widespread and enduring practice of human beings to try to dominate others, to get personal benefit at the cost of others, to try to get ahead of others, to impose their own viewpoint, This tendency may be rooted in greed (the urge to get more than others, regardless of one's needs) or in ego (the urge to impose one's own thinking and view points, without giving a patient and fair hearing to the other viewpoint), but its impact is always harmful This tendency can be seen in the relationships of individuals, groups and entire nations.

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