Free: The End of the Human Condition: The Biological Reason Why Humans Have Had to Be Individual, Competitive, Egocentric, and Aggressive

Centre for Humanity's Adulthood (1988)
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Keywords Genetic psychology Miscellanea  Philosophical anthropology  Christian ethics
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Call number BF711.G75 1988
ISBN(s) 0731604954
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