Unlike “natural” humans, are civilized peoples necessarily fallen

Unlike “natural” humans, are civilized peoples necessarily fallen? And does Walkabout suggest that individuals always have the capacity to become natural again, and therefore more (happily) uncivilized? To practice using theory as a lens,   share: • Your own opinion about this question • A key quote (below is an example) from the film or lecture or novel (Walkabout) that you found interesting and relevant to this question– how does it intersect with your opinion and example? Does it support it, complicate it? Wilderness hides its unnaturalness behind a mask that is all the more beguiling because it seems so natural. As we gaze into the mirror it holds up for us, we too easily imagine that what we behold is Nature when in fact we see the reflection of our own unexamined longings and desires. (102)

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