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Looking Into Human Nature: Story On The Question Of Nature Versus Nurture: Chromosomes Definition

Looking Into Human Nature: Story On The Question Of Nature Versus Nurture: Chromosomes Definition

Santillanes, Stanley

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Philosophy

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ISBN13: 9798521537778
Publisher: Independently Published
Published: Jun 16 2021
Pages: 280
Weight: 0.91
Height: 0.63 Width: 5.98 Depth: 9.02
Language: English

Incubated by the author for more than a decade, the book contains profound lessons about humanity. This novel raises the question: What is it to be human? London in the spring of 2000: Chris Putnam, a young scientist working on the Human Genome Project, is grieving for the end of his first relationship and for the loss of his deeply religious and estranged father. Then Chris falls in love and his brother goes missing. Events take Chris on a journey from research labs via decadent art-scene parties and London's Theatreland to the stark loneliness of a psychiatric hospital and ultimately to a desperate decision. What Chris discovers about himself forces him to address his beliefs, his nature, and even reality itself. Incubated by the author for more than a decade, the book contains profound lessons and messages about people.

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