Do people act the way they want or do they try to please people?
We don't really have a specific experience that deals with this question.
Maybe because you may not think that you're acting how others want you to act. You may think that that's how you act. So in reality, it's like an enigma.
Yes because they will know how and why they act a certain way. It's like finding themselves.
We don't really think that this is a question that can be researched. It's more of a personal philosophy type question.
Because probably, it might be that people act how they act because that's what they think that they want to act. But in actuality, we may not know how we would really want to act because of the fact that we are eluded from ourselves by society and by the people that we are usually with. So it's kind of like a biased viewpoint.
Maybe we might. Because sometimes when you do research on a school topic, sometimes you find information about something that you didn't intend to find in the first place. So the same case goes for this. We might find more things on philosophy and about ourselves and what we want. Because this is a philosophy type question and there are always more things to discover.