What do we learn about Higgins' view of human nature from his comments to Clara? How does this view reflect on his concern for proper language and his bluntness?

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Higgins' view of human nature is not very positive; he reflects that everyone should speak properly, and the everyone should act properly.  However, he calls anyone who does not do so horrible names - "draggletailed guttersnipe" - and "squashed cabbage leaf."