WHY COMPLEXITY IMPROVES THE QUALITY OF CITY LIFE

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  1. On the point “The objection I had was not just that impersonal conditions shape personal sentiments, but more that the city shapes personality in a particular way. The process of human maturation, particularly the passage into adulthood, requires that human beings learn how to deal with situations beyon d their personal control, and with persons who are strangers to them, strangers who are ineradicably different, and difficult to understand.”

    What if city life undermines a person’s ability to do that by dehumanizin the experience? If the personal experience becomes a common experience but expresses itself in different ways due to varying sensibilities of each person, and that factor is invalidated, then at what point does citylife itself become up for review?

    This is the same approach to health vs vaccines for example, some of those who are vaccinated react immediately, and may even die – some develop a serious-short term side effect(s), and the majoirty become immune, but what pattererns are forming in their physiological system that lays the foundation for auto-immune disorders within their current life-time or becomes a miasm?

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