Human Nature

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Human Nature. / Jaggar, Alison.

Encyclopedia of Bioethics. 4th. ed. Farmington Hills : Macmillan Reference USA, 2014.

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Jaggar, A 2014, Human Nature. in Encyclopedia of Bioethics. 4th edn, Macmillan Reference USA, Farmington Hills.

APA

Jaggar, A. (2014). Human Nature. In Encyclopedia of Bioethics (4th ed.). Macmillan Reference USA.

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Jaggar A. Human Nature. In Encyclopedia of Bioethics. 4th ed. Farmington Hills: Macmillan Reference USA. 2014

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Jaggar, Alison. / Human Nature. Encyclopedia of Bioethics. 4th. ed. Farmington Hills : Macmillan Reference USA, 2014.

Bibtex

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abstract = "Philosophical theories of human nature offer systematic and comprehensive accounts of human beings{\textquoteright} most significant distinguishing characteristics. Typically, the accounts are covertly if not overtly value-laden. They are central in people{\textquoteright}s perennial attempts to organize their understandings of our relations to God, to the cosmos, to nature, and to each other, and to uncover the possibilities, meanings, and purposes of human life.",
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