- Nicholas Lukowiak
- Belleville, NJ
- United States
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What creates greed? A response to a question on TED, I want critical, analytical, and honest opinions of the following answer, its of value.
I am fully aware of communism and those ideals are great! In theory... in practice they happen(ed) to be destructive, this is very true. However a greater debate could be on whether it is due or of the result; as being a product of the result it can be considered be to being economics. You cannot be equal when involving money .. So this will tie into greed. Greed (the want/”need” of power) is emotionally drived by being encouraged, responsibility-based, respect, honored, and influenced heavily through the ever changing cultures of time. This created a lot of our history, due to mass conquering(s) through out time, people trading, exploring, exchanging information in any form. This changed cultures, changed the way(s) many people think/live every century, sometimes never or rarely being effected. Very important, seen, and explored through(out) our ancient art, literature, pictures, pottery, paintings, and creative abilities to everyone through out human history. Everything effected, the way we are raised, the world in which we have to live our life in; remember life was lived differently throughout time and effected culture, faith(s) systems, and overall spiritual belief. Including to life; what our predestined jobs were going to be, whether we have options or not, what our opportunities are/what they aren’t, religious fundamentalism based belief system traditionalized into culture or freedom of religion.
Our fore fathers of science, philosophy, and math important to our modern day foundations of the sub-studies and the sub-sub-studies of these major subjects exist due to exploded, exploited, and enhanced study of these three major topics. Now there were very large populations of the world where people and entire cultures that were never exposed, associated, adapted, generated, inspired by alternative educations