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Man Is Not Savage at Heart

Summary: The author of Lord of the Flies, William Golding, said that "Man is a savage at heart." On the contrary, human beings are more advanced than savages, and with proper guidance, an individual under the right conditions can become as close to perfection as possible.
"Man is not Savage at Heart."

William Golding said that "Man is a savage at heart." I on the other hand believe that humanity is more advanced than a mere savage. With proper guidance an individual under the right conditions can become as close to perfection as possible.

My essay and the better half of Psychology begins with Sigmund Freud. He believed our inner selves to be cesspools of forbidden desires focused around sexual and aggressive desires. He also believed that we are influenced by our experiences that occur in our childhood. That would explain Golding's point of view.

I on the other hand do not believe things to be as grim as they look, for there are many theories. The theory I support was founded by Carl Rodgers. He believed that with acceptance and warmth at a young age, intimacy and personal relationships...

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