Wolf children and the problem of human nature
Examines case studies of children who were abandoned at an early age and forced to lead a solitary existence in the wild and analyzes the impact of complete social deprivation upon human development.
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"Man's genetic inheritance is quite formless until it has been given a shape by social forces, yet the direction of these forces themselves may always be changed by the intervention of consciousness ... Read full review
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Research for the book I am working on. This book includes Itard's two reports to the (ha ha we are sooooo French) Society of the Observers of Man on the feral child, Victor, The Wild Boy of Aveyron ...
Wolf Children and the Problems of Human Nature
Legendary and Historical Accounts
The Major Examples of the Three Main Types of Wolf Children
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