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the human condition

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishthe human conditionthe human conditionthe experiences, emotions, needs etc that all people share, especially considered as a situation from which it is impossible to escape human
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the human conditionAt the end of the day, this industry, this activity, does expand the human condition.Even the typewriters seemed to be muffled, recording discreetly the secrets of the human condition.For them to be able to do that, they have to embody a certain aspect of the human condition.Humpty Dumpty: the purest embodiment of the human condition.The Serpent is the most profound image ever conceived to crystallize this dual principle in the human condition.But in the larger view, I have done little for the human condition by bringing home the jackpots.This criticism challenges the view of human nature and the human condition constructed by liberal theories.Hypochondria is actually the commonest killer of the lot, when transferred from the human condition to one's pets.
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