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Nature for humans is cultivated by humans.
One calls it “the development of human nature,” while another author calls it “the essence of the human condition.”
Please spend more time covering tunes that people know—not writing those tunes with titles for Ph.D. dissertations.
That depends—is “human” meant as a compliment or an insult?
I don’t derive deep insights about monkeys from my study of humans. So how can I take studies of monkeys seriously when they pronounce upon “human nature”?
They call ignorance, greed, and selfishness “vices.”
Political theory does not derive from or even necessitate a theory of the human condition. A presupposition of public consequence will suffice.
Statements on “human nature” directly express how some humans feel towards nature and indirectly express how some humans feel about society.
Presuppositions about “the human condition” or “human nature” waste so many words to prove that nothing much changes and that everyone is the same.
Our first nature is instinctual; our second nature is intuitive; our third nature is counter-intuitive.