Includes bibliographical references (p. 359-370) and index.
Part 1: The great scientific error. Of paradigms and fallacies, of sciences and things
Part 2: The human animal. Such a body! the versatile animal ; Such a brain! 100,000,000,000 neurons buy a lot of learning
Part 3: Child development and the missing link. Learning child development ; Marvelous learning: the missing link
Part 4: Learning human nature. Marvelous learning of personality ; Marvelous learning of abnormal personality
Part 5: Human evolution and marvelous learning. On the origin of the human species ; Who we are
Part 6: A human paradigm. The time has come, the walrus said, to talk of many things.
An exploration of the human capacity for learning examines the subject's vast depths, which have not been fully examined or understood, presenting a new theory of human evolution and suggestions for better explaining behavior.