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I love this essay by Hayden Hicks who takes the debate between the human and the animal self as a starting point. He does this by deconstructing the idea of the self as a binary opposition. It’s like a binary argument – one side is human, the other is animal. This is similar to how we divide things up into human and non-human. We all have an animal side and a human side.

Human or animal? An interesting and important distinction. Most people see humans as being different from animals, but this is not necessarily true. There are two basic categories of humans: species, and sub-species. I don’t think it’s all that important to define human as having a binary self. Its more important to know that humans are not born with the capacity to be both human and animal.

Humans are not born with the capacity to be both human and animal. No one born into the world is capable of being both human and animal because they are not born with the same genetic predispositions.

The second category is the ones that are actually human. Their genes are also not what makes them human. They are just there to be around.

Human beings are also not born with the capacity to be both human and animal or even animal and human. That capacity is not innate in humans and is due to the genetic mutations. We are not born with the same predispositions as those that come before us. We are given the ability to be whatever we are. We are not born with the capacity to be both human and animal or even animal and human. Our genes do not predispose us to being either one.

In fact, that is the first thing to note about humans. We are not born that way. We do not have the capacity to be both human and animal or even animal and human. Our genes do not predispose us to being either one. We are born with a few things that predispose us to being human, but our predispositions are not fixed and we are not born with one.

The capacity to be both human and animal or animal and human is an essential part of what makes us human. It is this capacity that we are born with because we are so much more than mere flesh and bone. In fact, to be human means we are much more than simply a physical body. Our genes are, in their current form, only a few hundred thousand years old.

This is what makes us “human” as much as it is what makes us “animal.” The idea that a human can be anything other than human is not just a concept for fiction or a theory about how things work. The idea that a human can be anything other than a physical body is an essential part of what makes us human. The idea that a human can be anything other than a physical body is an essential part of what makes us human.

The body is the physical and spiritual expression of our consciousness. Our genes are the physical expression of our consciousness. The idea that our genes are the physical expression of our consciousness is not just a concept for fiction or a theory about how things work. The idea that our genes are the physical expression of our consciousness is an essential part of what makes us human. The idea that the body is the physical expression of our consciousness is an essential part of what makes us human.

The idea that genes, the physical expression of consciousness, is the fundamental level of the human condition. That’s why, in a way, we are all connected. Our genes are the physical expression of our consciousness. Our genes are the physical expression of our consciousness. Every person has the same DNA, but each person has his or her own unique DNA. Each person is the physical expression of his or her unique consciousness.

Vinay Kumar
Student. Coffee ninja. Devoted web advocate. Subtly charming writer. Travel fan. Hardcore bacon lover.

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