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From the Publisher"A remarkable contribution. A brilliant work in philosophical anthropology. This is philosophy as it should be. Thoroughly original and completely convincing. It is difficult to imagine a more perspicuous rendering of the ramifying network of concepts that comprise ‘the human.’"
Dennis Patterson, Rutgers University
“Full of helpful distinctions and arguments which show in different ways how carefully we must proceed … and how sensitive we must be to contexts.” Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews
“Hacker's book represents the culmination of nearly 40 years of philosophical reflection on the nature of mind and world. This volume ‘clears old pathways from overgrowth and uproots misleading signposts’ in an effort not only to provide clear insight into the character of human reason, disposition, and action, but also to offer a better understanding of the human mind, self, and person. Recommended.” Choice Reviews