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speciesbeing

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Department
Sociology
Course
SOC227H5
Professor
Gregory Bird
Semester
Summer

Description
Species-being: -Basically the human capacity for reflection. This could either be reflection of our own activity, which helps us to improve ourselves (intellectually and technically). -Because we are reflective, we can also reflect on our social relations, which in an ideal world help us to improve them. -Other animals, he argues, dont have the capacity for reflection, which explains why humans progress at a faster pace. -As we reflect, we progress and become more conscious of ourselves, our lives, our habits, and our social rela
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