A dramatic transformation has begun in the way scholars think about human nature. Political scientists, psychologists, economists, and evolutionary biologists are beginning to reject the view that human affairs are shaped almost exclusively by self-interest a view that came to dominate social science in the last three decades. In "Beyond Self-Interest," leading social scientists argue for a view of individuals behavior and social organization that takes into account the powerful motivations of duty, love, and malevolence. ...

Beyond Self-Interest 1990, University of Chicago Press, Chicago, IL

ISBN-13: 9780226503608

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Beyond Self-Interest 1990, University of Chicago Press, Chicago, IL

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