Social Sciences, asked by kasiviswanathsadumu, 19 days ago

Why do people have conflicts among themselves and with other living beigns?​

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Answered by khushimirza163
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Human Conflict: Winning the Peace

Guy Riddihough, 

Gilbert Chin, 

Elizabeth Culotta, 

Barbara Jasny, 

Leslie Roberts, 

Sacha Vignieri

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Science  18 May 2012:

Vol. 336, Issue 6083, pp. 818-819

DOI: 10.1126/science.336.6083.818

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In this special issue on human conflict, we consider the deep evolutionary roots of violent confrontation. We trace the trajectory of violence and war throughout history, exploring racism, ethnic conflicts, the rise of terrorism, and the possible future of armed conflicts. We also consider our innate capacity to mediate conflict and our ability to achieve—and live in—peace.

Competition and conflict both among and within species, for food or a place to live or a mate, are implicit in the process of evolution and thus intrinsic to our biology. But like many other animals, we are also social beings, and, like them, we have evolved behaviors to avoid the detrimental effects of excessive intraspecies violence. These include ritual singing or fighting displays, acts of submission or conciliation, and simple spatial avoidance seen in diverse species as birds, ants, and our primate relatives.

Answered by SANDEEPCHANDRAKAR
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ONE OF THE MAIN REASON FOR THIS FOR FULL FILL OF THEIR DAILY NEEDS,PEOPLE ALWAYS THINK OF THEMSELVES AND NOT THINK THE PROBLEM OF OTHER LIVING BEING,PEOPLES WERE VERY SELFISH ,AND SO DUE TO THIS THEY ALWAYS CONFLICT AMONG THEMSELVES.

THIS IS THE ANSWER FROM MY OPINION

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