THE HUMAN NATURE FORUM
About The Human Nature Forum
This website is a place to discuss our shared human heritage, our human nature. What can philosophy, science, history, and the humanities teach us about human nature? This website is a hub that engages a variety of perspectives on human nature. It is a place to add your own thoughts to the discussion. It is our hope that when we have a more conscious awareness of the constructive and destructive tendencies that we all share that we will have a greater ability to choose behaviors and utilize social structures that will allow us to live together in a more healthy way. This website is not intended to promote any specific view on the concept of human nature. Rather, the site seeks to present the rich diversity and adaptability that thinkers have brought to the concept of human nature. Leave a reply in the comment box at the bottom of the page to add your thoughts and ideas.
News events are reported every day of the year, around the clock. What this website is about is making the connection between the most important news of the day and the aspects of human nature that cause these events to occur and be reported. The writers on this site will offer commentary on the issues of our time especially interactions between people and show that there are fundamental human traits that underlie those interactions. The objective is to draw attention to the importance of our basic human predispositions in hopes that we can strengthen our ability to channel those predispositions in ways that are healthy for humanity as a whole. David Williams will be our focus commentator on this site. Our founder David B Spaulding has chosen Williams due to his writing ability and his specific perspectives on human nature.
This site is affiliated with the Human Nature Forum. If you are interested in writing human nature based news commentary for this website please contact me at email@example.com
All the best, Frederick C. Spaulding Director Human Nature Forum
Founder: David B. Spaulding
David is the visionary behind the Human Nature Forum, with a passion for understanding the essence of humanity and fostering meaningful discussions.
Founder/Director: Fred Spaulding, MFA With a background in Fine Arts, Fred combines creativity and leadership to guide the forum’s direction, ensuring a blend of artistry and in-depth exploration.