No human being is known to have normally developed in isolation. A few instances like that of Kasper Hauser, the wolf-children of India called Kamala and her sister; the isolated, illegitimate child Anna and others have fortified the fact that man develops human qualities only in society. He can attain his real nature only in society.
The psychological development of the social consciousness of the child is also a confirmation of the natural sociality of the human being. The biological potentiality of becoming social is inherent in the very social nature of man. Two Theories Concerning the Nature of Society: The question of the relation between the individual and the society is the starting point of many social investigations.
The question of the nature of society is closely connected with the question of the relationship of man and society. There are two main theories regarding the relationships of man and society which have been propounded by several thinkers and writers. They are (i) The Social Contract Theory, and (ii) The Organism Theory.