- Human nature is the characteristics, feelings and behavioral traits of humankind.
Humans are capable of expressing different kinds of emotions such as joy, frustration, despair, remorse, and other forms of emotions depending on the situations they are encountering.
There are a number of stereotypes that accompany human nature- some of which are confronted in the literature over realism.
For example, the notion that Americans are all obnoxious and airheaded (like in Daisy Miller, A Study) is a presumption commonly brought about in today's society, despite the fact that the story was written ages ago.
That is what this ambitious book tries to do, offering a unique synthesis of the most recent science, together with a profound and rigorous reflection.
In The Human Nature, a view of human beings that is coherent, rational, systematic and compatible with the most solid research results is presented, and the author does so brilliantly, lucidly, with good humor. from the University of Barcelona, where he has held the chair of Logic and Philosophy of Science. According to Kant, all philosophical issues can be reduced to this one question.However philosophical anthropology wasn't able to take flight, lacking any type of information on human nature.Even Aristotle, widely regarded as a crucial contributor to forging politics as an area of elevated study knew this, and stated, “…it is evident that the state is a creation of nature, and that man is by nature a political animal.But my belief is that everyone was born free of sin, because of course, when you're a baby, you don't do anything wrong.But I believe that humans aren't essentially good or bad, but rather, both. Every human has their mistakes, no matter how hard a person tries.Together with Thomas Bonk, from Germany, he discovered and edited the only original unpublished work of Rudolf Carnap, (2009).As a result of his long-lasting collaboration with naturalist Félix Rodríguez de la Fuente, he has devoted intense efforts to defend the environment and denounce the mistreatment of animals in books like (2010).He has published books including (2010), which he co-wrote with the Chilean philosopher Roberto Torretti.He crosses the boundaries between science and philosophy with ease and has collaborated with philosophers and scientists like John Earman, with whom he analyzed inflationary cosmology models in "A critical look at inflationary cosmology"(1999).