For some, it is a deeply ingrained conviction that we are not animals, and the mere suggestion that humans are no different is repugnant. However, is it just our ability to imagine and create stories about there being a difference the only thing that separates us? Or is there something more tangible?
Our mind separates us from other species.
The human mind's four unique capabilities
The human mind can perform functions that cannot be performed by other species.
Our relationship with sex is indicative that the human psyche differs from that of other species.
The way we learn and teach is unique in the animal kingdom.
We are fundamentally the same as other animals, we are just incrementally more intelligent as a result of higher evolution.
Our cell structure is not unique, nor was our evolutionary process, nor is our physical appearance particularly unique. For all intents and purposes, we are simply a highly-intelligent animal.
Our behaviour sets us apart from other species.
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