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Human Nature By Naomi Jacobs
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The Black Archive No. 13 - Human Nature and the Family of Blood. Naomi Jacobs and range editor Philip Purser-Hallard examine the TV adaptation of Paul Cornell's New Adventure, and the strengths and... More > weaknesses of, and differences between, the two versions.< Less
Human Nature By Edith Wharton
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This latest in the long canon of Mrs. Wharton's books is called "Human Nature", but in spite of a spacious and all-inclusive title it is actually devoted to the presentation in five short... More > stories of a limited and familiar Whartonian gallery of character studies. Nearly half the volume is "Her Son." In it, one of those New York dowagers existing at present only in the pages of this author's fiction, seeks and apparently finds her illegitimate son, who has been brought up in Europe by foster parents. The depressing tale of her victimization by a group of adventurers is admirably told, with all of Mrs. Wharton's facile mastery and technique. The description of the rivalry between the two "mothers" is superbly ironical, and as always the author is at home in her handling of the European scene, and the expatriate character. "The Day of the Funeral" is sombre, "A Glimpse" an interesting study in artistic temperament, "Joy in the House" and "Diagnosis" satiric tragedies of modern married lif< Less
On Human Nature By Arthur Schopenhauer
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A key focus of Schopenhauer’s philosophy was his investigation of individual motivation. Before Schopenhauer, Hegel had popularized the concept of Zeitgeist, the idea that society consisted of... More > a collective consciousness which moved in a distinct direction, dictating the actions of its members. Schopenhauer, a reader of both Kant and Hegel, criticized their logical optimism and the belief that individual morality could be determined by society and reason. Schopenhauer believed that humans were motivated by only their own basic desires, or Wille zum Leben ("Will to Live"), which directed all of mankind.< Less
The Nature In Humanity By S. A. Carlyle
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Who are we? What are we? We humans are the end product of the birth of the universe, our galaxy, our sun, our solar system, and all the creatures who preceded us since the evolution of life on... More > earth. But our actual possibilities for existence began with the "Big Bang" when the requirements for life spread throughout the universe. The life and death of billions of stars further distributed those requirements to give birth to more stars, including our sun. But they also contributed to the formation of planets, moons, and all the other stellar bodies that compose our solar system. And those bodies contained the foundations of life that the chaos of our early solar system brought to earth. And earth's birth also was violent. Yet life began and survived amidst this incredible chaos and even provided the requirements necessary for life to advance to achieve our own evolution. And virtually every specie who has ever existed since life began on earth has contributed to our own existence.< Less
The Nature In Humanity By S. A. Carlyle
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Who are we? What are we? We humans are the end product of the birth of the universe, our galaxy, our sun, our solar system, and all the creatures who preceded us since the evolution of life on... More > earth. But our actual possibilities for existence began with the "Big Bang" when the requirements for life spread throughout the universe. The life and death of billions of stars further distributed those requirements to give birth to more stars, including our sun. But they also contributed to the formation of planets, moons, and all the other stellar bodies that compose our solar system. And those bodies contained the foundations of life that the chaos of our early solar system brought to earth. And earth's birth also was violent. Yet life began and survived amidst this incredible chaos and even provided the requirements necessary for life to advance to achieve our own evolution. And virtually every specie who has ever existed since life began on earth has contributed to our own existence.< Less
The Nature In Humanity By S. A. Carlyle
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Who are we? What are we? We humans are the end product of the birth of the universe, our galaxy, our sun, our solar system, and all the creatures who preceded us since the evolution of life on... More > earth. But our actual possibilities for existence began with the "Big Bang" when the requirements for life spread throughout the universe. The life and death of billions of stars further distributed those requirements to give birth to more stars, including our sun. But they also contributed to the formation of planets, moons, and all the other stellar bodies that compose our solar system. And those bodies contained the foundations of life that the chaos of our early solar system brought to earth. And earth's birth also was violent. Yet life began and survived amidst this incredible chaos and even provided the requirements necessary for life to advance to achieve our own evolution. And virtually every specie who has ever existed since life began on earth has contributed to our own existence.< Less
The Nature In Humanity By S. A. Carlyle
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Who are we? What are we? We humans are the end product of the birth of the universe, our galaxy, our sun, our solar system, and all the creatures who preceded us since the evolution of life on... More > earth. But our actual possibilities for existence began with the "Big Bang" when the requirements for life spread throughout the universe. The life and death of billions of stars further distributed those requirements to give birth to more stars, including our sun. But they also contributed to the formation of planets, moons, and all the other stellar bodies that compose our solar system. And those bodies contained the foundations of life that the chaos of our early solar system brought to earth. And earth's birth also was violent. Yet life began and survived amidst this incredible chaos and even provided the requirements necessary for life to advance to achieve our own evolution. And virtually every specie who has ever existed since life began on earth has contributed to our own existence.< Less
Nature with Human Nature By Tanisha L. Herrin
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Compelling collections that stimulate the mind, motivate the spirit, and appreciate the quality of life come together with inspiration and beauty through the creative writings and photography of... More > author Tanisha L. Herrin. She shares her struggles and lessons learned with creative writing through poetry including haiku, prose, and rhymes. Nature with Human Nature is a two-fold collection featuring the beauty of outdoor nature showcased along with inspirational poetry that features thoughts, feelings and emotions shared to the readers they can easily relate to. Nature with Human Nature features previous written works, newly written poetry, and bold color nature photography.< Less
The Nature of Human Nature By Dr. Carin Bondar
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This book explores the quirky behaviors of Homo sapiens in the context of the rest of the animal kingdom.
The Nature of Human Nature By Dr. Carin Bondar
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This book explores the quirky behaviors of Homo sapiens in the context of the rest of the animal kingdom.

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