Human nature and race

@inproceedings{Wade2004HumanNA,
  title={Human nature and race},
  author={Peter B. Wade},
  year={2004}
}
Most scholars argue that ‘race’ has no relation to human nature. A minority contend that it does. I argue that ‘race’ is a cultural category which can become an embodied part of the human experience. This embodiment helps account for the power of the 

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