Reengineering Human Nature

  • Reengineering Human Nature (June 10, 2010)
    A survey of the ways an intelligent creator could have designed humans differently to make us more virtuous.
  • Reengineering Human Nature: Lust (June 11, 2010)
    Human nature could have been designed so that the ritual of marriage removes people’s desire to have sex with anyone other than their chosen partner.
  • Reengineering Human Nature: Violence (June 16, 2010)
    Human nature could have been designed so that the thought of deliberately doing harm to anyone is a concept we instinctively find revolting.
  • Reengineering Human Nature: Selfishness (July 9, 2010)
    Human nature could have been designed so that we’re naturally generous and altruistic and don’t desire to hoard possessions for personal gain.
  • Reengineering Human Nature: Pride (July 16, 2010)
    Human nature could have been designed so that we value intangible qualities without taking a sense of personal ownership of them.
  • Reengineering Human Nature: Dogmatism (July 28, 2010)
    Human nature could have been designed so that we’re more capable of overruling emotion with reason when the situation calls for it.


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