Sunday, August 3, 2008

The Nature of Human Nature

The nature of human nature is:
That human life as physical, mental, moral and spiritual phenomena, are ordinary natural events attributable in all respects to the ordinary operations of the laws of nature; and that man's ethical values, compulsions, activities, and restraints can be justified by non-reductive monism, [ ] without recourse to supernatural sanctions, and his highest good pursued and attained under natural conditions, without expectation of a supernatural destiny."

Revised from B.A.G. Fuller [see Naturalism]
Fuller's Harvard Page
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