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Our Ancestral Shadow: Hate and Human Natuere in Evolutionary Psychology

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James E. Waller

Whitworth College, US
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In some unique ways, each of us is like no other human being. In other ways, each of us is like some other human beings. And, in yet some other ways, each of us is like all other human beings. The question of the nature of human nature is captured in this final statement. In what ways are we like every other person that has gone before us and will come after us? This question is particularly relevant to the emerging field of hate studies. Is there an endowment with which each of us begins our life that is important in understanding how, and why, people hate?

How to Cite: Waller, J.E., 2004. Our Ancestral Shadow: Hate and Human Natuere in Evolutionary Psychology. Journal of Hate Studies, 3(1), p.121. DOI: http://doi.org/10.33972/jhs.25
Published on 01 Jan 2004.

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