As you get older, do you care less and less about these issues? Let this book " Why do we exist, and how do we define ourselves?" : From the origin of mankind to the tree of life, redefine your multiple identities in the universe " ( You: A Natural History ) awaken your dormant curiosity again! Come and realize how unique you are at the same time as a drop in the ocean. arrow_forward_iosunderstand more Powered by GliaStudio "Why do we exist, and how do we define ourselves? "Written by William. William B. Irvine is a professor of philosophy at Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio. Like philosophers who love wisdom, Owen constantly pondered the age-old philosophical question of "where did man come from".
In this era of high scientific efficiency, many telemarketing list questions that have been repeatedly pondered in the minds of philosophers in the past have become the work of scientists, so Owen, who is very interested in science, simply seeks answers from science. You and I both have an identity, like my family lives in Malaysia, my grandparents and maternal grandparents are from China, we think we are Chinese different from the local indigenous Malays. Our appearance, language and culture are different from other races in Malaysia, and my surname means that I come from a family of Huang surnames.
My name is taken according to my seniority. I never know the details. Our family should not be a prominent family, and I don't know which people with the surname Huang mentioned in the history textbook can be traced back to, but according to my grandmother, our family was surnamed Wu earlier, so family discipline is not allowed to be harmonious. Wu surnamed children married. "Why do we exist, and how do we define ourselves? 》In the beginning, he also went on a journey to trace his ancestors. Each of us normally has four grandparents plus maternal grandparents. If we go all the way back, there will not be enough people in the world to be our ancestors before long, so most family trees will not be clearly divided into branches.