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2008, iss. 43, pp. 127-133
Psychological-sociological aspects of sexuality and aggressiveness
Zdravstveni Centar 'Dr R. Simonović', Odeljenje psihijatrije, Sombor
Keywords: psychological-sociological aspects; sexuality; aggressiveness
Abstract
Man is an aggressive creature. Only man finds pleasure in destruction without a purpose except for destruction itself. The most horrifying examples of brutal behavior are related to man. Nothing compares to destructive, savage behavior which we demonstrate toward each other. At the same time, there is no clear line between the forms of aggressiveness that we all condemn and those we must not renounce if we want to survive. Aggressive instinct is necessary for survival and it is a hereditary constant which we can not free ourselves of. Aggressiveness and aggression are universal phenomena of all times and are part of all people and they represent a dimension of a personality. Aggressiveness is also a part of sexuality in the same way as it is a part of other activities through which people express themselves. This paper deals with sociological and psychological approach to sexuality and aggressiveness as well as their interrelations.
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