Dehumanisation ends here at the Zombie apocalypse.
Dehumanisation is the denial of full humanity in others and the cruelty and suffering that accompanies it. A practical definition refers to it as the viewing and treating other persons as though they lack the mental capacities commonly attributed to human beings.
The most controversial chapter within Kruyology. Even so, looking at how life in the twenty-first century sees people (the many, not the few) acting in dehumanised ways. Kruyology looks at the cause of this effect. The label ‘Zombie’ is decentralised and nonrelevant concerning anyone specific (we are all guilty to some degree). It is used as a collective notion to highlight the possibility of retrieving what we have lost through social conditioning (dehumanisation) and a missing model of importance—one of understanding Love and fear.
Is it possible we have all been dehumanised to a more considerable degree? Simply because of a missing mechanics model in our understanding and its subjective replacement?
Have you ever been in a place where you couldn’t be either good or right? That’s the case for everyone it seems. What is the underlying cause of this effect? Kruyology asserts some interesting findings and would Love for you to take a closer look so we can get YOUR input here on the Blog.
Love and Fear (Kruyology) is the only model of understanding that makes any sense and yet we use a subjective, destructive, very much implied model of right and wrong, good and bad.
Learn about the destructive nature of the implied model of right and wrong, good and bad within the book Kruyology. You have everything to Gain.
-You are the World.