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Mic psychologists and Humanistic phenomenological psychologists such as Maslow Finally human culture is discussed as the ultimate defining characteristic of human beings culture represents our 'natural habitat' and what defines us as a speciesThis updated second edition includes increased coverage of social psychology and has a broader scope in order to identify the defining characteristics of human beings With reference to current psychological research and philosophical material this is fascinating reading for students of psychology philosophy and the social sciences.
SUMMARY Ð MZINES.CO.UK ☆ Richard Gross
While there may be no one single characteristic that differentiates humans as a species it is the combination of differences from other species that makes us uniue The new edition of Being Human examines the psychology of being human through exploring different psychological traditions alongside philosophy and evolutionary theory covering themes such as culture cognition language morality and societyOur nature or 'essence' is something that has preoccupied human beings throughout our history beginning with philosophy and religion and continuing through the biological s.
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Ocial and psychological sciences Being Human begins by describing some of the major philosophical accounts of human nature from Ancient Greek philosophers such as Plato and Aristotle to major British and Continental philosophers such as Locke and Nietzsche The book considers religious accounts of human nature with their focus on the nature of good and evil and scientific accounts of genetics and the brain which underpin the distinctively human cognitive ability of language Attention then turns to the ideas of the Behaviourists such as Skinner Freud and other psychodyna.