Adam and Eve and Pinocchio: on being and becoming human

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Viking, Mar 1, 1990 - Philosophy - 292 pages
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Explores humanity's biological roots and astounding capacity for self-creation and self-alteration, examining freedom and choice, sexuality and love, conscience and justice, work and pleasure, and other issues

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Gaylin, a psychiatrist and co-founder of The Hastings Center, which examines medical ethics and bioethics, here uses two well-known stories to explore the ramifications of being consciously human. The ... Read full review

Contents

Whats So Special About Being Human
3
Symbol and Reality
23
Freedom and Choice
47
Copyright

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