Free will, consciousness and self: Anthropological Perspectives on Psychology

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    Abstract

    What is it to be human? How do we relate to the world, to each other and to our self in a human way – in everyday life and when faced with life’s big questions? In this book, the author develops a general theoretical model that might be able to offer a better understanding of the human condition and of the underlying principles of human behavior. The author shows that general psychology, bridging the natural sciences and the social sciences, can make a significant contribution to a general anthropology.
    Original languageEnglish
    Place of publicationOxford, New York
    PublisherBerghahn Books
    Number of pages272
    ISBN (Print)1-57181-661-5
    Publication statusPublished - 2005

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