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  1. Dictionary: UNIQUEUnique, singular, unique, exclusive, special, existing in a single copy.

    THIS is a maloadvatnoe “everyone is unique”

    it originates from the insignificant everyday erroneous principle “there is no friend for the taste and color”.

    Even this primitive principle is grossly wrong – you can find a lot of friends for the taste and color…. almost everyone likes delicious and beautiful things (the stars of the screen prove this) , etc., etc ….

    The PROVERB “it is better to be rich and healthy than poor and sick” illustrates the beginning of a very large list of the same MAIN preferences – to be HEALTHY, SMART, SUCCESSFUL, and EMPLOYED…..

  2. Uniqueness — When used in relation to a person, the term uniqueness is most often used in relation to his personality or some of his specific characteristics, making it clear that he, unlike other people, has some unique features.

    DICTIONARY: One-of-a-kind, unique, rare, exceptional.

  3. After all, I knew two twin brothers.

    And sho wee think? In first grade, they were confused by everyone. They were so similar.

    In the fifth grade, more than half of them could tell the difference, but they considered them very similar to each other. By the tenth, I was sure they were noticeably different. And now, when they went their separate ways, few people will say that they are similar as individuals.

    Very different people!

    And these are identical biznets. And you speak for “people are all equally arranged”!! Study people and you will not have such misconceptions.

  4. Well, from where?

    You can hear from your parents!

    Is not it so?

    “Everyone is unique” – this phrase helps managers still rule the World. “I got my birthmarks”:)

    Are you familiar with the Divide-and-Conquer principle?

    It works just from the fact that everyone CONSIDERS themselves unique, separate from each other and others!

    Well, how could it be otherwise?

    Where are the worst people? Around me, of course!

    What about me? And I am a unique person, without a flaw, white and fluffy!

    Me only under the hands and on the throne-to reign!

    And the others? The rest are not unique!

  5. Problems are typical, ways to solve problems are typical. Everything is typical except for the person's personality. In your question, the personality of a person and the ways of being of this person are mixed. There are a finite number of possible ways of being, and each person is unique.

  6. All people are built in much the same way, but each person is unique in their life experience. There are no people with the same experience. Even twins are not born at the same time, and even if they were born at the same time, it is enough for one to look to the left, and the second to the right, and these are people with their own unique experience that determines their actions.

  7. “Speak when you realize you understand the point.” When you talk about a person, it is necessary to clarify what you mean, the human body or its internal, that is, its soul. These are two different concepts. What do you mean by “everyone works the same way” and “problems are typical”? Even at the levels of people's bodies, there are no two people in the world who have the same fingerprints, let alone the souls of people. Each person is a unique work of Nature, just as no two snowflakes are the same, so no two people in this world are the same. With respect.

  8. This is not a paradox at all. Every person is totally different. Yes, the general plan of the structure is basically the same(except in some cases). But the components are different for everyone. Different set of genes, different external characteristics. Everyone has their own brain, and there are never exactly the same thoughts (and if this happens, then only because of a banal coincidence). As philosophers say, ” As many heads – so many opinions.” Yes, I do not argue, the problems are often the same. But the solution to these problems is individual for everyone. I could go on writing here for a long time, but I think the general outline of my thoughts is clear.

  9. The inconsequential everyday proverb “there is no companion for the taste and color” gives rise to the erroneous fundamental opinion “everyone is unique” . Even this very proverb is wrong – everyone likes beautiful, tasty, interesting-even in small details the similarity.

    In the main thing-everyone wants to be healthy and alive, and so on and so forth-absolute unanimity. In small household details, there is a scattering of small opinions.

  10. This is the law of the universe. One of the principles of the Solar system is –individuality or dissimilarity to others. Each person has their own individual brain, their own thinking, their own tastes and preferences. Moreover, the maintenance and preservation of this individuality is the responsibility of each person to the universe. We can say that life is built on diversity. Every living creature on Earth is a natural and unique masterpiece, including humans.

  11. In short, it comes from the subjectivity of our perception and the resulting distortions and deviations. Another question is what this “subjective perception of the world” is. Now there is a lot of research on brain function, much is explained through new research. But still, the main difficulty of answering this question is in revealing the concept of “everyone is unique”.

    In any case, at the everyday level, the answer is sufficient: “due to distortions of perception associated with different levels of development, knowledge (and this applies to us, as the subject of “research”, and other people, as an object).

  12. Yes, I agree, there is a paradox. However, I suggest you do the following experiment. Ask yourself if human ears are designed in the same way. And then look around and see how different they are for everyone. We are all created according to the same template. But there is a certain degree of freedom in each person's actual realization. This freedom is what makes us unique.

  13. If we talk about the genetic code, the experience of individual development starting from the womb, then yes, all people are unique. But as a species, we have the same average values for a set of many traits, both physical and mental. The distribution of these traits among people corresponds to a normal distribution. That is, there are some deviations from the average in different directions, and there are very few people with fundamental differences from the average. Psychology as an experimental science just exists because people have many common patterns of behavior, and the larger the sample of people, the more accurately this pattern can be determined. Conclusion: in some very small ways, we are all different, but globally the same

  14. The pattern of body forms is the same, but when the form is materialized, the spirit makes some changes in order to go through the experience that the spirit of the house has planned. At the birth of a soul, each soul has its own non-repeatable code and vibrational order.

  15. We are anatomically the same. This is where the sameness ends, leaving only some similarity)

    Roughly speaking, our personality is just a combination of neural connections. How many billions of them are there? And then how many different variants of their “connection” with each other? Well) Two identical people are physically almost impossible. (or just unrealistic)

  16. I am sure that several times a day each of us hears or utters the phrase: “You don't understand.” Why is it difficult for others to understand you when you are, say, in love, annoyed, or overwhelmed by grief? Yes, precisely because a person's thoughts are purely individual. You may have like-minded people, but you need to notice that each of them still has their own approach to the situation. Or else they say: “As many people as there are, so many opinions.” That's right. You will get a lot of answers to your question, and all of them will not be written under a carbon copy. Even in the fact that you asked such a question, your personality can be traced (no one has asked yet, so you have an original train of thought). But here you are somewhat mistaken.

  17. I think that the uniqueness lies in what a person's inner world is like and how he shows various qualities such as
    love, loyalty, compassion, care, peacefulness, patience. And physically, we're all built the same way.

  18. People have different trump cards from birth. People have very different personalities and psychotypes. They are based on different systems, so each carries several different psychotypes. But there are general patterns like face type and body type that make individuals very similar. In this regard, people solve similar problems, but this does not make them the same anyway. Everyone has different ways of solving the same problems. One psychotype immediately shoots out like a cannon and solves the problem starting from her head. Another psychotype is used to feeling and experiencing everything all over again in itself, hoping that this will help solve the problem. All these psychological models were formed for a reason, and each of them is very effective for its own field and niche. In this respect, everyone is quite unique, and despite the similar character schemes, there are no completely identical personalities, everyone is affected by different conditions and features, like endless combinations of different fingerprints. On the other hand, everyone faces the same problems – shyness, fear, doubt, responsibility, ignorance. But the way people solve all this is not the same.

  19. Because each person has an individual inheritance (DNA, etc.) and life experience. This is the beginning of inequality among people.

    Therefore, although we are typical and essentially (at the macro level) the same, but at the same time at the level of small details and nuances, each of us in some sense will not repeat.

    Plus, there is the ethical principle of the value of the individual.

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