Man On His Nature

Cambridge University Press (1940)
Abstract
I NATURE AND TRADITION Quemcunque aegrum ingenio praestaittem curanJum invisebat , siquidem morbi vehementia pateretur, . . .familiarem cum eo sermonem aliquandiu conferebat, cum pbilosophis Pbilosopkica, cum Mathematicis Mathematica, ...
Keywords Biosphere  Body  Brain  Consciousness  Evolution  Human Development  Human Nature  Life  Minds  Natural History  Nature  Philosophical Anthropology  Reality  Self  Superstitions  Thinking  Tradition
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