"Ten Theories of Human Nature,
to my delight, seems to be a starting point for class discussions, private reflections, and further examination of the theories in general. The authors have hit the best balance possible between accessibility and fluency in their style. I have asked my students often whether they think the text is one they would like me to assign again next semester and they agree again and again. . . . There really is no other better book."--Patricia Turrisi, University of North Carolina-Wilmington
"I cannot think of another philosophy text written for the undergraduate on this topic that is as clear, unpretentious, and informative as this book."--Zachary Ernst, University of Missouri-Columbia
About the Author
Leslie Stevenson is an Honorary Reader in Philosophy at the University of St. Andrews in Scotland. David L. Haberman is a Professor of Religious Studies at Indiana University at Bloomington.