Free Will, Consciousness, and Self: Anthropological Perspectives on Psychology

Berghahn Books (2003)
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Introduction General Anthropology What is it to be human? Human existence means human co-existence; this is an inevitable part of the human condition. ...
Keywords Free will and determinism  Consciousness  Self  Evolutionary psychology
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ISBN(s) 1845453131   9781845453138
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