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Mario Gets Frustrated, Part XXXIV

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Posted by Mario Dovalina on June 12, 2002 05:17:55 UTC

"I think animals are almost like computers, they act a certain way when a certain thing happens (in most situations). But humans react differentally in all types of situations."

But it's just a question of degree. You still act on instinct, it's just masked up to a certain extent by learned behavior. And in the case of chimpanzee society, and other complex animals' societies, it's NOT all instinctive. There is an observable degree of cognition taking place.

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