But you’re also correct in that “things like greed, ignorance, and cruelty are human flaws that are equally spread throughout ALL the races.”
NoMoGods, you raise a couple of good points, but you also paint with a pretty broad brush.
Clay Rivers
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I take issue with the characterization of greed, ignorance, etc., as “flaws”. They are indeed human traits, and as such are spread uniformly across what we call “races”, but calling them flaws introduces a value assessment that may be uncalled for. When we call them “flaws”, we ignore the judicious use of such traits, don’t we?

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