David Livingstone Smith 


“David Livingstone Smith with David P Barash / On Inhumanity”

David Livingstone Smith PHD discusses his new book Making Monsters with Paul Bloom.

The discussion includes some of his ideas on Human Nature.


Brian Boutwell 

Brian Boutwell talks about genetics/biology as a determining factor in crime as part of human nature.


Irene Gallego Romero

Irene Gallego Romero discusses the battle between nature and nurture

Robert Sapolsky 

“Robert Sapolsky: The Biology of Humans at Our Best and Worst”

Here is Robert Sapolsky discussing the biology of Human Nature at its best and worst. He is another advocate for the concept that what units us as human beings has genetic roots.


“Science and Society: Interview with Dr. Robert Sapolsky”


“Robert Sapolsky on science, morality, religion and human behavioral biology [Vert Dider] 2017”


“Robert Sapolsky: Guilt is morally obsolete 6/6 [Vert Dider] 2020”


“Being Human | Robert Sapolsky” 


Nancy Segal 

Nancy Segal: Twins a window into Human Nature


Robert Green

Robert Green is another source of perspective on Human Nature especially as it pertains to emotions.


Here is a trailer for the movie titled Human Nature by Greenwich Entertainment. It is focused on gene science and CHRISPR.


Steven Pinker


Steven Pinker on Human Nature  

“Steven Pinker: Human nature and the blank slate”

“Psycholinguist Steven Pinker Outlines Unique Human Traits”



David B Spaulding

Perspectives on Human Nature

This audio clip gives a brief account of David B. Spaulding’s perspective on Human Nature.

Understanding where we are on the spectrum of preprogramed genetic predispositions can help us establish a heathier approach to our lives.

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