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Acknowledgements Foreword Introduction PART I The Roots of Human Nature (From Beast and Man) 1 Have We A Nature? 2 Animals And The Problem Of Evil 3 Speech And Other Excellences (From Wickedness) 4 The Problem Of Natural Evil 5 The Elusiveness Of Responsibility 6 Selves And Shadows (From Animals and Why They Matter) 7 Emotion, Emotiveness and Sentimentality 8 Equality and Outer Darkness (From Utopias, Dolphins and Computers) 9 Is a Dolphin a Person? PART II Philosophizing Out in the World (From Utopias, Dolphins and Computers) 1 Philosophical Plumbing (From Wisdom, Information and Wonder) 2 Wisdom And Contemplation 3 The Withdrawal Of Moral Philosophy 4 Escaping from Solitude (From Heart and Mind) 5 The Human Heart and Other Organs 6 On Trying Out One's New Sword on a Chance Wayfarer PART III The Myths of Science (From Science as Salvation) 1 Salvation And The Academics (From Evolution as a Religion) 2 Evolutionary Dramas 3 The Irresistible Escalator 4 The Service of Self and the Service of Kali (From The Myths we Live By) 5 Biotechnology and the Yuk Factor (From Science as Salvation) 6 The Remarkable Masculine Birth Of Time PART IV Reason and Imagination (From Science and Poetry) 1 The Sources Of Thought 2 Atomistic Visions: The Quest For Permanence 3 Putting Our Selves Together Again 4 A Plague On Both Their Houses PART V Gaian Thinking: Putting it All Together (From Science and Poetry) 1 Individualism and the concept of Gaia 2 Why There Is Such A Thing As Society 3 Gods and goddesses: the role of wonder (From Beast and Man) 4 The Unity Of Life Bibliography Notes Index
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Philosophy, British -- 20th century.