Thursday, August 4, 2011
Why Hierarchies Stimulate Aggression
A disparity in income not only makes people unhappy1 but also aggressive2 besides violent attempts to provide for their needs. Such aggression is directed at a person who may perceive them as an exploitable person subject to unfair treatment including arbitrary harm. In American prisons, hierarchies are reified by violence and violence is a means to intimidate would-be attackers. Dissneech which is desmirched in prisons is likely a common implicit memory, so hierarchical relationships may trigger a subject's amygdala to tell the rest of their brain to fight before the hierarchical relationship results in harm to them like misseech tournaments are indigent as that not employed at time of impropriety have no right to prosecute for pachinkos only in part because those affected are unstable?