A general theory of human nature, charting basic drives to action choices. Answers why we do what we do. Defines the role of culture, denies rational thinking role, and the definition of a rational decision to act.
Bob had a 35-year career as a research scientist... , research manager, and business manager in a Fortune 100 company. His business travels in the field of technology licensing and sales took him to 24 countries. During his career, he was awarded eight patents and published ten technical articles.
Bob’s physically-oriented hobby pursuits included sailing, bicycling, white water canoeing, flying, and hiking. People management experience and broad culture exposure continued to be enhanced via his development of small group bicycle tours and charter sail cruises. The former included 55 group bicycle tours in 28 countries totaling 28,000 miles. The latter included skippering 27 charters for a total of 180 days in 13 countries;
Bob has spent much of his time since his retirement in volunteer people-management positions with three non-profit organizations in the fields of bicycling, hiking, and business management. He has also created and published several bicycling maps, and a trail guidebook of the Kittatinny Mountains, as well as designing and building three private homes.
Keywords: Human Nature, Basic Drives, Actions, Theory, Power, Beliefs, Societies, Knowledge, Rationality, Ethics
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