Conflict can be defined as a state of opposition between two forces and is central to the human experience. There are a myriad of factors which can catalyse conflict between individuals, groups, man and the environment or within one self. A greater connection of the nature of conflict is acquired to achieve a deeper understanding of the human condition. Exploring wider world experiences and through different texts we see how conflict allows us to achieve deeper understanding of the human condition.The collapse of the twin towers, one of the worst memories that still brings tears to the eye of many who witnessed this dreadful moment.
In this historical moment, changing lives of many, many cried whilst many died in a blitz of time. The moment was sudden shock for everyone, but to think how could this conflict ever allow us to achieve a deeper understanding of the human condition The towers may have brought much conflict down on everyone but it also brought people together, whilst many were sad, they would start to share their thoughts with relatives and friends and funerals to get them through the hard times, the sharing of all our thoughts would be passed on story by story, people would help each other out to get through these rough times and through this conflict allowed us to achieve a deeper understanding of the human condition.Paradise road, directed by Bruce Beresford tells the tales of a group of women who are imprisoned on the island of Sumatra by the Japanese during the World War II, much conflict is employed on these women, with much torment and disaster upon their hands. With all this struggle and disorder, the women connect with each other, sharing stories and playing music, through this they combine and grow deep connections with each other, allowing them all to achieve a deeper understanding of the human condition. With the conflict drawing upon them by the Japanese, they are able to reflect on one another and are able to understand their stories, and are able to feel as if their misery is relieved.
Conflict can be dragged out into many different perspectives, including one which is found in Gattaca which can be seen that most relationships start off by having conflict against each other. We watch how most relationships grow threw out the entire film directed by Andrew Nicol and how the relationship of couples grow a tighter and tighter bond from beginning to end, from starting with conflict, showing us how conflict can cause an understatement of the human condition. An example of this relationship in the film is between the two characters, Vincent Jerome and Jerome Morrow, its starts off as a dusky scene and there is much tension between the two and there is conflict all round. As we gradually enter the main moments of the film, Vincent and Jerome start to hold a strong bond, this bond is what the both depend on, this relationship they have is basically the meaning of their whole lives.
Conflict is a part of us and is in some cases brings people together. Through these examples we see how conflict allows us to achieve a deeper understanding of the human condition, it has a deep impact on people??™s emotions, and toys with them but through this, others are there to help you through the hard time which is what makes conflict a connecting source. The sharing of conflicted stories and offering others each other??™s hand is what makes conflict appeal to achieving a deeper concept of one??™s human condition.