The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 3
Re: Stubborn? Yes!
Posted By: Louise
Oddly enough, I agree with both of you. Perhaps not so odd as you are agreeing with each other. I think it is a tough call to decide exactly what proportion the cause for certain behaviors is determined. It is agreed that there are many mitigating factors, but the discussion seems to revolve around the degree. As a society, we are made up of a multitude of individuals all with their own varying proportion of what makes them who they are. You would be hard pressed to understand how much nature vs. how much nurture is involved in even one individual, let alone for the entire society. It is undeterminable. We also each have our own opinion based on our life experiences. Unless the argument is for its own sake, we can agree to agree, and disagree to porportion.
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Debra -- Tuesday, 14 April 1998, at 12:35 p.m.
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