The Meaning of Human Existence
Edward O. Wilson talked about his book, The Meaning of Human Existence, about what makes up human existence and makes human beings different from other species. He spoke at the Free Library of Philadelphia.
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- Ian G. Sheffer M.D. Physician
- Michelle Sheffer Senior Writer and Editor Free Library of Philadelphia Foundation
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