Reflexivity Of Evolution

When the circumstances hard train us, we carefully remember all the training to keep on practicing till it goes down deep into our muscles’ nature so that we reproduce our code generations-after-generations changing our genome as per the circumstance told us. This forms the largest sequence of our reflex action.

A reflex action, mostly called a reflex, is involuntarily made via a reflex arc as instantaneous movement in response to a stimulus. A reflex arc is a neural pathway that controls an action reflex. In higher animals, most sensory neurons do not pass directly into the brain, but synapse in the spinal cord.

This characteristic allows reflex actions to occur relatively quickly by activating spinal motor neurons without the delay of routing signals through the brain, although the brain still receives sensory input while the reflex action occurs. This enable even our infants to respond to the environment before any learning has taken place.

This is called the evolution and is still going on but we cannot see it easily like the families and neighborhood often do not see each-other changing by age. They have to think about it by recollecting and connecting any period data.

Any social behavior is reflexive in nature as the people mostly get shaped by the environment that ultimately get shaped by them. Whenever people come together, they form a reflexive complex of all possible relations. Any reflexive relation always possess the reflexive property to discharge the reflexivity. Mathematically it is a binary situation on a set for which every element is related to itself.

People get influenced by reflexivity while build houses, adopt fashions, follow festivals, believe in superstitions,  elect representatives or buy stocks.

A reflexive relationship is only bidirectional with both the cause and the effect affecting each-other in a relationship up to the extent that neither can get assigned as cause or effect. Civilizations evolve just like that.

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