The blank slate: the modern denial of human nature

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Allen Lane, 2002 - Psychology - 509 pages
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Widely acknowledged as one of the world's leading experts on language and the workings of the mind, Pulitzer Prize finalist Pinker has undertaken the most ambitious and controversial work of his career--a brilliant reexamination of the concept of human nature.

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Contents

PA RT I The Blank Slate the Noble Savage
1
Fear and Loathing
103
IIiunan Nature with a Human Face
141
Copyright

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Steven Pinker is an authority on language and the mind. He is Peter de Florez professor of psychology in the department of brain and cognitive sciences at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

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