Social ‘Code of Conduct’

How We Conduct Ourselves Socially

The term Conduct can be defined as “the manner in which a person behaves.” According to the Athenian philosopher Plato, “Human behavior flows from three main sources: desire, emotion, and knowledge.”

Given the foundations upon which Plato determines behavior, I conclude that behavior, particularly social behavior involving human interaction, is more of an…

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Healthcare provider of 13+ years turned freelance writer. Short Story Author. Poet. Informative & Opinionated Wordsmith.

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