The Fragile Theory

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The Fragile Theory is a theory where a person seems to be teaching the right thing but has a misconception of the right thing they're suppose to be doing.  

The theory states that an aspect of the fragile-goodness of human beings is that they do not need to be consistent, or follow the same rules that they preach.

Causes of this theory would include things like: peer pressure, obedience to authority, loss and gain of respect, abusive experiences, and attaining power are some of the forces and circumstances that divert people from their modest virtuosity to depravity.

An example of this theory would be Abraham Lincoln. He was the man behind the writing of the Emancipation Proclamation , but yet he owned slaves himself.

Laurence Mordekhai Thomas (1993)

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