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The Resource Human nature : theories, conjectures, and descriptions, [Edited by] John J. Mitchell

Human nature : theories, conjectures, and descriptions, [Edited by] John J. Mitchell

Label
Human nature : theories, conjectures, and descriptions
Title
Human nature
Title remainder
theories, conjectures, and descriptions
Statement of responsibility
[Edited by] John J. Mitchell
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
http://library.link/vocab/creatorDate
1941-
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Mitchell, John J.
Index
index present
LC call number
BD450
LC item number
.M528
Literary form
non fiction
NLM call number
BD 450
NLM item number
M681h 1972
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Human beings
  • Anthropology
  • Philosophische Anthropologie
Label
Human nature : theories, conjectures, and descriptions, [Edited by] John J. Mitchell
Instantiates
Publication
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Pt. I. The study of human nature. The need for a mature science of human nature / Abraham H. Maslow. -- Human nature and the organized system / Paul Goodman. -- Why study human nature? / John J. Mitchell. -- On taking human nature as the basis of morality / Kai Nielsen. -- On the origin of inequality /Jean-Jacques Rousseau. -- Pt. II. The many possibilities for human nature. Overview / John J. Mitchell. -- Three kinds of human nature / Gardner Murphy. -- Conflicting views of man's basic nature / James C. Coleman. -- The nature of human nature / Ellsworth Faris. -- Man -- wolf or sheep? / Erich Fromm. -- The not so blank slate / Joseph Wood Krutch. -- An outline of intellectual rubbish / Bertrand Russell. -- Oriental and occidental approaches to the nature of man / Alan Watts. -- A fresh look at the human design / Hadley Cantril. -- Of youth and age / Francis Bacon. -- The nature of man / Herbert J. Muller. -- From animal to human reactivity / Ernest Becker. -- Man as territorial and aggressive: Ardrey vs. Montagu / John J. Mitchell
  • Pt. III. Human nature and the political scene. Some political consequences of being human / Hadley Cantril. -- Of political or civil society /John Locke. -- The great society / Lyndon B. Johnson. -- What is to be done? / Leo Tolstoy. -- Letters to a german friend / Albert Camus. -- Pt. IV. Man as cooperative, sharing and loving. Overview / John J. Mitchell. -- The role of love in human development / D.A. Prescott. -- I -- thou / Martin Buber. -- Propositions of a self-actualization psychology / Abraham H. Maslow. -- I versus you / Ashley Montagu. -- A note on "The nature of man" / Carl R. Rogers. -- Rousseau and the Social contract / Will and Ariel Durant. -- Pt. V. Man as aggressive, exploitive and selfish. Overview / John J. Mitchell. -- The territorial imperative / Robert Ardrey. -- The nature of man's aggressive instinct / Sigmund Freud. -- Concerning cruelty and clemency / Niccolo Machiavelli. -- Of the natural condition of mankind / Thomas Hobbes. -- Pt. VI. Universal behaviors, morals and values. Overview / John J. Mitchell. -- Universal ethical principles / Ralph Linton. -- The common denominator of cultures / George Peter Murdock. -- Social-science facts and philosophical values / Ethel M. Albert. -- The problem of universal values / Ralph Linton. -- Universal categories of culture / Clyde Kluckhohn
Control code
340504
Dimensions
22 cm
Extent
viii, 473 pages
Isbn
9780810805293
Lccn
72005022
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Label
Human nature : theories, conjectures, and descriptions, [Edited by] John J. Mitchell
Publication
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Pt. I. The study of human nature. The need for a mature science of human nature / Abraham H. Maslow. -- Human nature and the organized system / Paul Goodman. -- Why study human nature? / John J. Mitchell. -- On taking human nature as the basis of morality / Kai Nielsen. -- On the origin of inequality /Jean-Jacques Rousseau. -- Pt. II. The many possibilities for human nature. Overview / John J. Mitchell. -- Three kinds of human nature / Gardner Murphy. -- Conflicting views of man's basic nature / James C. Coleman. -- The nature of human nature / Ellsworth Faris. -- Man -- wolf or sheep? / Erich Fromm. -- The not so blank slate / Joseph Wood Krutch. -- An outline of intellectual rubbish / Bertrand Russell. -- Oriental and occidental approaches to the nature of man / Alan Watts. -- A fresh look at the human design / Hadley Cantril. -- Of youth and age / Francis Bacon. -- The nature of man / Herbert J. Muller. -- From animal to human reactivity / Ernest Becker. -- Man as territorial and aggressive: Ardrey vs. Montagu / John J. Mitchell
  • Pt. III. Human nature and the political scene. Some political consequences of being human / Hadley Cantril. -- Of political or civil society /John Locke. -- The great society / Lyndon B. Johnson. -- What is to be done? / Leo Tolstoy. -- Letters to a german friend / Albert Camus. -- Pt. IV. Man as cooperative, sharing and loving. Overview / John J. Mitchell. -- The role of love in human development / D.A. Prescott. -- I -- thou / Martin Buber. -- Propositions of a self-actualization psychology / Abraham H. Maslow. -- I versus you / Ashley Montagu. -- A note on "The nature of man" / Carl R. Rogers. -- Rousseau and the Social contract / Will and Ariel Durant. -- Pt. V. Man as aggressive, exploitive and selfish. Overview / John J. Mitchell. -- The territorial imperative / Robert Ardrey. -- The nature of man's aggressive instinct / Sigmund Freud. -- Concerning cruelty and clemency / Niccolo Machiavelli. -- Of the natural condition of mankind / Thomas Hobbes. -- Pt. VI. Universal behaviors, morals and values. Overview / John J. Mitchell. -- Universal ethical principles / Ralph Linton. -- The common denominator of cultures / George Peter Murdock. -- Social-science facts and philosophical values / Ethel M. Albert. -- The problem of universal values / Ralph Linton. -- Universal categories of culture / Clyde Kluckhohn
Control code
340504
Dimensions
22 cm
Extent
viii, 473 pages
Isbn
9780810805293
Lccn
72005022
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n

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