William Lipkind

Wednesday, June 21, 1967

Dr. William Lipkind discusses human nature. He talks about various human behaviors from different cultures around the world and throughout time. For instance, suicide is highly regarded in some cultures while it is unthinkable in others. He also talks about the semantics of the phrase, "human nature," and related expressions.

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William Lipkind


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