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  1. Everyone is different. Even identical twins with the same genetics have slightly different personalities. What can we say about those who differ genetically.

  2. .. Be afraid of your wishes, they come true!…:)

    1. If at least two elements of the set “all people” differ, then the whole set is a set of different elements, consists of different people (regardless of the proportion of these different elements among all the elements of the set).

    2. The questioner and the answerer (in my humble face) belong to the set of “all people” (otherwise the question and answer [regardless of their content correspondence to each other] cannot be held as meaningful) and are relevant in their individual characteristics to the formulated problem.�

    3. The person who answers directly and obviously (i.e., here and now), not abstractly “in general”, but specifically in relation to the specific situation of the question, differs from the questioner in that such a question: 1) will not ask, 2) will not ask in this form, 3) will not ask in the proposed modality of the answer, etc. And this difference in relation to this situation is not accidental (not “incidental” in Aristotle's terms), such as blood type, temperament, age, education, etc., but necessary – it is realized and consciously emphasized in the logic of the question. By the way, challenging my point will be a negative (in content) statement of its fact and meaningfulness 🙂

    Well, let's agree on the differences? 🙂 Good luck!

  3. A response that covers everything at once. �Everyone is different. But everyone can be divided into groups according to biological, cultural, social, etc. type. People are divided into men and women, Negroes and Mongoloids, introverts and extroverts, Russians and Puerto Ricans, revolutionaries and conformists, Orthodox activists and militant atheists, Java programmers and mechanical fitters, “horses” and “meat”, natural blondes and dyed blondes. As a rule, people belonging to the same type tend to do the same in certain situations. This makes it possible to write laws, mass-produce consumer goods, and target ads. The simpler and more traditional a society is, the less social and cultural self-identification it has, and the more” identical ” people seem to be. In the modern and” post-modern ” world, the number of these identifications is growing exponentially ,which significantly complicates the construction of a certain utopian “bright future for all”. But in addition, each person is a rather weakly deterministic system, which is completely affected by the”butterfly effect”. So, 0.3 ppm of alcohol in the blood can serve as the initial reason for the transition of a person from the category of “law-abiding citizen, athlete, production leader “to the category of”disabled person of the second group, detained on suspicion of a moderate crime”. Well, or just the fact that a person writes in the blog “And here I listened to Glyzin – and it's cool!”, after which they will be banned by harsh friends. But chaos can also be managed – and at the checkout counters in supermarkets there is always a “spontaneous shopping zone” with various small nonsense. So yes.All people are different. But not really. But enough is enough. And the further, the more.

  4. You can't say for sure, but I will say that this is absolutely true. Although sometimes it seems that people are exactly the same, their interests, topics, actions, but, often, what is going on in their heads are completely different things. There is not a single identical personality, and a person is primarily a person, this is inherent in the concept of personality, that it is unique. My subjective opinion

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