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Which books best reflect on the nature of human beings?

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Both Muslim and non-Muslims have reflected on this topic, interpreting their experiences of the world and how to make sense of them.

The following are some good examples of such reflections:

  • Being and Time by Heidegger
  • Plato's dialogues
  • Presence of Mind and Thinking by Taqiuddin an-Nabhani
  • Islamic concept of human nature by Tahir al-Qadri
  • Malfoozat by Shaikh Muhammed Ilyas the founder of Tabligh Jamat
  • The biography of Sheikh abul Hassan Ali an-Nadwi
  • The blank slate and the language instinct by Steven Pinker
  • Purification of the heart translated by Hamza Yusuf
  • Understanding human nature by Alfred Adler
  • A treatise on human nature by David Hume
  • Thinking fast and slow by Daniel Kahneman
  • Misbehaving by Thaler
  • Deliverance from error by Ghazali

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