engaging and ambitious…Kronfeldner’s book is sophisticated and well argued, making it a valuable resource.—BRITISH JOURNAL FOR THE PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE—
Maria Kronfeldner’s book masterfully engages and reorients the post-Hull treatment of this issue… The synoptic quality of Kronfeldner’s text makes it a landmark contribution to the human nature debate among contemporary philosophers of biology… Kronfeldner’s work is a laudable addition to this tradition.
—Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews
What’s Left of Human Nature? is an invaluable contribution to the human nature literature. It is a unifying volume, bringing order and structure to a vast discussion spread across multiple empirical and philosophical literatures. It is rigorously signposted, scrupulously organised, and to its credit, keenly sensitive to contemporary concerns. Useful as a guide to the terrain, I am confident the book will also serve as a platform for the next generation of debates around the human nature concept; both for those wanting to keep it, and those wanting to eliminate it.
—International Studies in the Philosophy of Science
Scholarly, fair-minded, and comprehensive… in Trump’s post-truth age this book is indispensable… fascinating, well-argued.