This book reads like a sixth-form essay in which you are required to put a certain number of quotes in to show you have read various authors. It is one of those books which need only be one sentence: "Man is not the king of the heap as he may think he is - he is just another mammal." Don't see why you need to quote Heidegger to reach that conclusion. Oh, and if you want an expansion of the argument, how about: "Human nature doesn't change!"
Profound stuff, eh!
Seriously I can't go on reading this tedious book.
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