Human nature (disambiguation)
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Human nature refers to the distinguishing characteristics, including ways of thinking, feeling and acting, that humans tend to have naturally.
Human nature may also refer to:
- A Treatise of Human Nature 1739, sometimes abbreviated as "Hume's Human Nature"
- Human Nature notebooks of Donald Winnicott
- Human Nature (novel), a 1995 Doctor Who novel by Paul Cornell
- On Human Nature, a book by Harvard biologist E. O. Wilson
- Human Nature (film), a 2001 comedy-drama film starring Patricia Arquette, Rhys Ifans and Tim Robbins
- "Human Nature" (Doctor Who), a 2007 Doctor Who episode by Paul Cornell based on the novel
- Chomsky–Foucault debate on human nature.
- Human Nature (band), an Australian vocal group
- "Human Nature" (Michael Jackson song), 1983
- "Human Nature" (Madonna song), 1994
- "Human Nature", a 1991 British dance hit by Gary Clail, remixed by Paul Oakenfold
- "Human Nature", a song by Adema
- Human Nature (America album), 1998
- Human Nature (Human Nature album), 2000
- Human Nature (Harem Scarem album), 2006
- Human Nature (Hardline album), 2016
- Human Nature (Herb Alpert album), 2016
- Human Nature (journal), an academic journal published by Springer Science+Business Media
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