Beast and Man: The Roots of Human Nature

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Acknowledgments xi
  • Introduction to Revised Edition xiii
  • Introduction to First Edition xxxiii
  • Part I - Conceptual Problems of an Unusual Species 1
  • 1 - Have We a Nature? 3
  • 2 - Animals and the Problem of Evil 24
  • 3 - Instinct, Nature, and Purpose 49
  • Part II - Art and Science in Psychology 81
  • 4 - Directions Without a Director 83
  • 5 - On Taking Motives Seriously 101
  • 6 - Altruism and Egoism 111
  • Part III - Signposts 137
  • 7 - Up and Down 139
  • 8 - Evolution and Practical Thinking 158
  • 9 - Facts and Values 169
  • Part IV - The Marks of Man 193
  • 10 - Speech and Other Excellences 195
  • 11 - On Being Animal as Well as Rational 243
  • 12 - Why We Need a Culture 273
  • Part V - The Common Heritage 307
  • 13 - The Unity of Life 309
  • Bibliography 351
  • Index 357
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