困难也更行不通的是与他人生活,更多的是说起来容易做起来难,更不切实际的生活没有他们,绝对孤独。事实是,孤独是不愉快的。认为,人类在本质上是社会生物不再是争论的,但准确这意味着对生活和社会并非完全价值。此外,孤独中扮演一个重要的功能的观点对人类就像做身体的疼痛,饥饿和干渴,理解这个函数及其对社会认知的影响有一些秘密的更健康,更富有,更快乐的生活并不是那么明显。最后但不是最少,人类的孤独是相同的感觉不安全作为个体在社会环境中感到威胁,由于孤独(Cacioppo和帕特里克,2008 p X-XI)。根据这些信仰,这篇文章的目的是批判性讨论的问题“人类孤独”的约翰·斯坦贝克的小说(1965)“人鼠之间”。识别人类孤独的三个方面,进一步结合小说的选择报价、批判性评价这三个方面。这三个问题是孤独是不愉快的,孤独是身体疼痛和孤独是相同的感觉不安全。
Difficult and more impracticable it is to live with others, even more easier said than done and more impractical it is to live without them, in absolute loneliness. The fact is that loneliness is unpleasant is observable. The view that humans are inherently social creatures is no longer contestable, but what accurately this implies for lives and societies is not completely valued either. Moreover, the view that loneliness plays an important function for humans just as do physical pain, hunger, and thirst and that understanding this function and its effects on social cognition holds some of secrets to healthier, wealthier, happier lives is not so apparent. Last but not the least, human loneliness is identical to feeling unsafe as individuals feel threatened in social environment due to loneliness (Cacioppo and Patrick, 2008 p. X-XI). In the light of these beliefs, the purpose of this essay is to critically discuss the issue of “Human Loneliness” with the case of John Steinbeck’s (1965) novel “Of Mice and Men”. The three aspects of human loneliness are identified and further with reference to novel’s selected quotes, these three aspects are critically evaluated. These three issues are loneliness is unpleasant, loneliness as physical pain and loneliness is identical to feeling unsafe.