Being Human – Five necessary freedoms

Being Human – Five necessary freedoms
By: Editor ---------- AgriGyan – Your Partner in Knowledge Scientists often defined pain as an unpleasant sensory and emotional experience associated with actual or potential tissue damage. Simply defining pain in such a way is not enough to express the real experience felt by the subject who is actually having the pain. The subject is either human or animal. Advantage with human is that he can describe the pain by just saying that it’s paining a person may report pain that cannot be detected by any known physiological measure. However, animals can express the feeling of pain only through their weird and frenzy behavior. However, like infants, animals cannot answer questions about whether they feel pain; thus the defining criterion for pain in humans cannot be applied to them. When animals are in pain they often become offensive and injured the human or animals around them. The psychological condition through which animal is passing is yet unexplained by science but

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