Theft

posted Sep 8, 2017, 9:01 AM by David Alan Binder

Theft

 

The circuit is:

I don’t have it.

I want it.

Now I have it.

The circuit does not include, guilt, or it is dismissed; the circuit does not include empathy, or how it is perceived or felt by others especially the one stolen from.  The circuit only sees what you want and you have to make it yours.

There may be dopamine high associated with this.  Chronic thieves know this and it is a high like winning at gambling.  The risks are dismissed or not calculated.  When one is caught the remorse is that one is caught.

My self then says I now have this and my neurons react favorably.

There are other ways to get what you want besides theft.

Plagiarism works similarly.  If you see the way to provide a new twist on an old subject then that is not plagiarism.

 

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