8 - What prognosis is there for 'the human condition'?
A big aspect of the human condition is the search for gratification.
The human condition is, for example, the material of in general and the lyrics of most music ('rap' included) and various other 'secular' or even religious situations -lovers in warring religions, for example, and the irony in the contemporaneity of both most abject and most excessive 'lifestyle and quality of life' as in and in the US.
The Human Condition (book) - Wikipedia
And there are more general examples too -the individual saddling his friends and relatives with his aches and pains or complaints on government: "They (whoever) ought'a do (whatever)" and "You can't change human nature".
Posts about Life – The Human Condition written by Larry Gross
Whether it is the brushing of one’s teeth, or commuting to work for five days a week, it is the condition of human beings to place purpose upon parts of their lives.
The Human Condition | Christianity Today
The of a 'human condition', on the other hand, has to have come into existence the moment any first man communicated ' by something he couldn't get a handle on', were that a caveman communicating frustration at trying to flake a blade into existence or the absence of 'life' in a man fallen suddenly dead before him -nor does it end with that ignorance, for lying at the bottom and convoluting the whole is the inseparable combination of and -all of us, therefore, subject to consequences of our own and each other's 'ignorance'.
The Human Condition | Agnostic Gamer
'The human condition' is, more properly, a phrase which is, when used, meant to identify some one or other particular situation as 'another example of the of such of the human condition'.