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What is the Human Condition and Why Does it Sound Like an Illness?

Humans have been trying to understand themselves and their role in the world for as long as they have existed. The term “The Human Condition” grew popular when Masaki Kobayashi directed a film trilogy by that name. The film is a Japanese epic trilogy made between 1959 and 1961, based on the six-volume novel published from 1956 to 1958 by Junpei Gomikawa. What is the human condition though, and why does it sound like we are sick or something is wrong with us?

People exhibit some terrible qualities like hypocrisy, vanity, and overconfidence that don’t show humanity in our best light. However, there are so many more qualities that are beautiful and equally human. The full spectrum of human emotions exists in all of us. The kindest people can

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Humans have been trying to understand themselves and their role in the world for as long as they have existed. The term “The Human Condition” grew popular when Masaki Kobayashi directed a film trilogy by that name. The film is a Japanese epic trilogy made between 1959 and 1961, based on the six-volume novel published from 1956 to 1958 by Junpei Gomikawa. What is the human condition though, and why does it sound like we are sick or something is wrong with us?

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