If social expectations had never began, perhaps most people would have developed uniquely, and when society is comprised of all these particularly unique people, what would make uniqueness an aspect inclined to leave someone unfit for society?
We are a social species. Had we evolved as a solitary species, we would probably have been extinct long ago - outmatched by a species made superior by their ability to cooperate.
Social uniqueness does not necessarily result in solidarity. I agree, we're a very social species, but I don't think uniqueness would change or hinder that if nearly everyone was unique.
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