At home in the world: Human nature, ecological thought, and education after Darwin
Source:SUNY Press, Albany, p.217 (2009)
Call Number:Cubb BF341 .S38 2009
Keywords:1859-1952, Dewey, Evolution (Biology), John, Nature and nurture, Social Darwinism
"Challenging conventional understanding of humans as selfish and competitive at their core, At Home in the World asserts that we have evolved as a profoundly social species, biologically related to the rest of the natural world, and at home on the only planet for which we are adapted to live."