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What are: the 'problems of the nature of human nature?
Human nature differs very little from animal nature, except that we can communicate through spoken language and that we can think problems out in a constructive manner. Basic human nature is to survive, and to reproduce. Love, hate, kindness, greed – all those things should come under 'nurture' rather than 'nature'. No one is born good or bad. Our behaviour is learnt rather than instinctive. The problem is that throughout the modern ages we tend to strive to out-do our fellow man, we want more and share less. There is no problem with human nature, as I see it, only with human nurture.