The regularity in social relations is deduced on the base of natural human reactions. The regularity is similar to the Newton’s Third Law. The new approach to phenomenon and definition of violence is offered as a consequence of the discovered regularity. Violence is considered as an action with an object without consent of the owner. It is shown that a person herself is responsible for significant part of violence against her, namely for the violence which is just reaction for her own violence. The regularity of deliberate rejection of violence in society in historical perspective is proved.
Keywords social relations  Newton’s Third Law  violence  reaction  influence
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