HAN FEI ZI'S PHILOSOPHICAL PSYCHOLOGY: HUMAN NATURE, SCARCITY, AND THE NEO-DARWINIAN CONSENSUS

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  • OWEN FLANAGAN,

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    1. DUKE UNIVERSITY
      Durham, North Carolina
      OWEN FLANAGAN, James B. Duke Professor, Department of Philosophy, Co-Director Center for Comparative Philosophy, Duke University. Specialties: philosophy of mind, moral psychology, comparative philosophy. E-mail: ojf@duke.edu JING HU, Graduate Student, Department of Philosophy, Duke University. Specialties: moral psychology, comparative philosophy. E-mail: jing.hu@duke.edu
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  • JING HU

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    1. DUKE UNIVERSITY
      Durham, North Carolina
      OWEN FLANAGAN, James B. Duke Professor, Department of Philosophy, Co-Director Center for Comparative Philosophy, Duke University. Specialties: philosophy of mind, moral psychology, comparative philosophy. E-mail: ojf@duke.edu JING HU, Graduate Student, Department of Philosophy, Duke University. Specialties: moral psychology, comparative philosophy. E-mail: jing.hu@duke.edu
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OWEN FLANAGAN, James B. Duke Professor, Department of Philosophy, Co-Director Center for Comparative Philosophy, Duke University. Specialties: philosophy of mind, moral psychology, comparative philosophy. E-mail: ojf@duke.edu JING HU, Graduate Student, Department of Philosophy, Duke University. Specialties: moral psychology, comparative philosophy. E-mail: jing.hu@duke.edu

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