With high probability, asking this question is both. But, as a normal person, worthy of respect only by the right of his existence, becomes a participant in vile games, born of the human mind?
We continue the series of articles devoted to the book series People from the Cabinet. (The second part has already been published on the Internet under the title: “Shades of Freedom.” However, the author strongly recommends starting with reading the first). The previous article revealed the meaning of the desire to be the best. The model of self-elevation is always implemented at the expense of others. Others (not the best, in comparison with the best) in this case are humiliated directly or indirectly. Of course, we are talking about the perception of the so-called “loser”, because it’s about the loser that is mentioned in the first parts of the “People from the wardrobe” series (then the hero, according to the author’s idea, should turn into a “successful man”). In a sense, a comparison with others, a goal: to find out who is better and who is worse - humiliating in itself. Because there are no "worst" and "best" people. (We are talking, of course, about the average, ordinary society that exists in peacetime).