Without one, the other cannot exist.
"Imagination was described by Breton as another life form living in our minds. He described it as the madness one locks up and that the insane may very well have been victims of their own imagination. He points out that the insane are most likely imprisoned because of illegal activity which the person, in their reality, thought was right. This brings up a point I have been trying to inform and a question that I have been trying to answer: who is to say what is right or wrong? Who is to say that the illegal acts of an insane person, for example, murder, is wrong? The general public will say murder is wrong, even though within our society exists the death penalty, but ultimately we only believe this because we are brought up knowing that taking another's life is wrong. If a child is born and raised to believe that murder is acceptable because we, as animals, follow our instincts as they do and kill each other, will the child who killed know he/she did something wrong? Most likely not, and as they say, a child's mind is like an open blank book ready to be written on. But of course, not all insane people are murderers. Most people which society deems insane just behave differently and a way of thinking that does not correspond with the majority of the public people, thus we tend to reject them."
So, which is which is up to you to decide.
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