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Straw Dogs Thoughts on Humans and Other Animals

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OBZ: Psychology & Psychiatry

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Paperback. English. Granta. 2003. 245pp.

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John Gray, Professor of European Thought at the London School of Economics, has produced a fascinating and contentious book that questions religious, humanist and philosophical assumptions about the nature of man. The author's initially shocking interpretation is that humans can never be other than 'straw dogs'. We are simply animals wearing masks that prevent us from seeing our true natures. Thinking that we can be masters of our fate is an illusion, a matter of faith rather than science. 

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OBZ: Psychology & Psychiatry

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