Human Development: The Root Behind its Analogy


The field of human development primarily represents a vital growth area in the development of the biological community, yet to consider this phase of development, it is keen to play an active role in inspiring and supporting it.

Studying human development is apparently challenging, given the realistic and ethical difficulties in working with human material.

Human development is a process through which the growth and maturation of an individual are based throughout their lifespan, concerning the creation of their environment.

In this entire scenario, the individuals genuinely receive a chance to enhance and develop their potential to the fullest, leading to creative and productive lives according to their needs and interests.

Moreover, it can also be said that development is all about the expansion of choices that generally people have in order to lead their valuable lives.

Philosophers have long emphasized human wellbeing as the purpose of development, economists and many more. Central to the view of enlarging people’s choices and selection in terms of building their capabilities, there are a variety of things that an individual can do.

The most basic qualifications in terms of human development are to lead healthy and long lives, have access to necessary resources, to lead a decent standard life, be well educated, and so on.

Without these specific capabilities, most of a person’s choices often remain unavailable, and they could not have any such access to several opportunities.

The relation between human rights and human development is comprised of a shared vision represented by the search for something else or maybe something new.

According to Aristotle, wealth is the only one that he considered to be useful for the sake of that something else. Instead, in accordance with pointing out the goal, human freedom in its preference was a vital pursuit of capabilities and realization of their rights.

Human Development: The Root Behind its Analogy
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Further, the concept behind the human development approach was partly created as a result of increasing criticism against the development approach, which was prevalent during the 1980s, according to which the growth of the national economy was closely linked with the expansion of the individual human choices.

The four basic pillars to human development were made very minutely with an intention to reach its success, such as equity, sustainability, production and empowerment.

Apart from these, some specific other issues and themes are considered central to human development, including social progress about great access to knowledge, economics, health services, and better nutrition.

However, judging the importance of economics and economic growth is vital in that genre, through which inequality should be reduced to reach the positive goal of development and achieve an improved level of it.

Shramana Sengupta
Shramana Sengupta
Shramana Sengupta is a 3rd Year Law Student from Brainware University pursuing BBA.LL.B. She is a keen writer as well as a researcher. She has interned at several law organizations such as IJALR, Lex Forti, JNSS Legal Cell etc. She is an aspiring corporate lawyer who emphasizes working in multidisciplinary. She is currently the IT manager of Asiana Times. Former Social Media Manager of the same organization. Her hobbies include Artwork, Canva, Editing etc.



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