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Attitudes define characters or the moral build-up of a person to a greater extent. There lies a difference in attitudes of two persons while one says, " I am disappointed in you." and another one who says," I beg to disagree with you."-- at any discussion level. My question is..what wud u derive from the attitudes of these two different persons about their basic characters or moralities ??

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Asked by sumita ganguly, 06 Feb '10 11:32 am
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Attitude is nothing more than orientation of mind, that incorporates a person's beliefs, feelings, values and disposition towards everything and everyone around which defines the way the person acts. This could stem from various factors - that is the state of mind being induced to act in a specific way - the state as he or she is in, the environment, the situations being faced, the ability to deal with them, the failures & successes in life in its myriad forms and so many simple as well as complex factors. Each individual is different in his or her own unique way, even if there may be similarities that exist between two individuals.

And what we are and how we we deal with the outside world other than the self is from where one can derive anything about any person, which need not be judgmental but just a view as each person perceives the other. So what we say may have a bearing as to what others may say about us, whether we care a damn heck for it or not and dismiss it out of hand. ...more
Answered by Omega, 06 Feb '10 09:35 pm

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The first person has a negative attitude n the second person has a positive attitude.My comment is based of their approach to a problem n the language they used to answer the same question.
Answered by Damodar Biswal, 06 Feb '10 09:46 pm

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