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  1. Good afternoon!

    The question implies an assessment: are you like this or not like that? So, you need to decide on the criteria. For different social groups, these criteria will be very different, that is, the same actions will be evaluated differently, which means that respect will be cut into different slices. For example, in European cultures, the desire for personal success will be evaluated as worthy of respect, and in Eastern cultures-on the contrary, because there the desire for cooperation, success of the group, and merging with it are more valued. In narrower groups, there will still be a significant variation in the criteria for respect.

    In addition to public, group, there are also personal, internal measures.

    Internal criteria may not match the group, which may make it uncomfortable. A professor who finds himself in a group of gopniks will only be respected by them if he is able to perform gopniks ' actions and preferably with great skill. All his other qualities and skills are unlikely to attract respect. Conclusion: it is better for the professor not to go to the gopnik, otherwise he will not deserve their respect. And if it does, it will lose the respect of another group, for example, professors)))

    Personally, I prefer to be in a society that meets my internal criteria, so I choose those, join them or form them around me, and then develop and present my skills or beliefs there, receiving those signals that speak of respect. Since I decided that I need these Procrustean entertainment)))))

  2. An interesting question, very deep and provocative at the same time.

    In developed social cultures, the principle of “Presumption of respect” applies. He says that each person deserves respect by default, as a unique and independent person who supports and adheres to the principles of constructive relationships in society, until he proves otherwise.

    Based on this message, it is more correct to ask the question, ” why should I not respect you?”.

    In a number of primitive cultures, the principle of initiation remains “Until you prove that you are a Man, you are not who”. The child is treated there as a thing or an inanimate object.

    Historically, this approach has proved untenable in comparison with the first type of culture, in all parameters: development of the level of culture and technology, health and life expectancy, resistance to diseases and social conflicts, etc.

    To answer your first question: yes, worthy by birthright, in a socially developed society.

    And here is the answer to the second question: for following cultural values and traditions, because it facilitates and accelerates interaction between people, thereby contributing to a faster and more constructive solution of complex situations.

    How would you answer this question?

  3. Whether I am worthy of respect is up to you. Like everyone else around me.

    It is in my power to do something worthy of respect, so that I would not be ashamed of my actions.

  4. In this answer to this question, I am responsible only for myself. Based on your impressions, conclusions and conclusions.

    Each person is initially worthy of respect – because he is a person. In the course of his life activity, “he” either confirms this concept on the basis of the attitude of the surrounding society to it, or repels this society from it. Or he is “pushed out” of a given society – there is “no respect” for this person. But it is almost impossible that a person would completely lose “respect”. As a rule, there will always be people who are in solidarity with him and, accordingly, have feelings of “respect”for him. As for myself, I am 67 years old. and during my life, I have never experienced any sense of” disrespect ” from society towards me. Even because I myself respect society and almost every person in it. There were of course, perhaps as with everyone, isolated cases. Someone treated me “without respect”. But they did not make a general “weather”. And I, in turn, in a “soft”, polite form, stopped any communication with him. Consequently, “he” was slowly leaving my social circle. The main thing is that you are respected, you need to respect others with a pure Heart and an open Soul. Why respect me? Yes, at least for the fact that I respect others.

  5. Yes. I'm told I'm smart and cute. I can be very persistent, get my way, I can judge, I have taste, I know how to dress. I am adventurous, resourceful and creative. At least for this you can already respect yourself and that others respect me.

  6. Someone else's respect is a” right “of a person, which” does not belong ” to anyone, unless he himself “puts” his “will”to it.�

    The task of the other person is to “understand” the will of the first person in order to “relate” it to his own will.�

    It remains to choose a criterion in the representation of the personality archetype for the first person and make a “resonance” with the selection of the correct “sine wave” depending on the current situation.�

    This is the logic…

    For the rest. The main thing is that I respect myself. The rest will somehow come to its senses.

  7. Good day! I believe that every person deserves respect and you don't need to explain to them why you should do it. The answer is simple. He's a human being, that says it all. A psychologist should not have such questions at all, because working with people is based on respect and trust for each other.

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