Elimination Process Products

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  • Posted on: 5 December 2018
  • By: claudio

On the other hand, if we focus on the elimination processes, we will see that on the contrary to other cultures, in which urine and saliva are used as medication, feces as fertilizer, fuel and feeding to other animals. The “civilized modern man” considers his hair, nails, saliva and above all feces and urine to be the most horrible dirt.

The individual try to be separated from the idea of having produced them. He shaves his hairs and tries to annul his corporal smells and sexual stimulating (feromones) using different perfumes.

That negation has gone so far that elimination has ceased to be a simple act, having been transformed in a complex one, that must face a series of inhibitions.

The terms relative to that function are considered taboo on he language, immoral or crass, and are substituted by expressions such as “I’m going to do my duty”.

Curse words come in two basic types: in childhood, they are related to eliminating functions: in a adulthood, they relate to the sexual act; with blasphemy as the only exception.