4 thoughts on “Why We Hate

  1. Brilliant. This book should be read by everyone at some point in their lives, preferably sooner rather than later. As a science graduate and someone who has an interest in sociology, I enjoyed the important links Dozier identified between the biochemistry and neuroanatomy of the brain and how this impacts on expression and feelings in different contexts. Very well written.

  2. This book was interesting and informative, however dry at times. Much of the information about hate was given on the basis of biological reasons of hate, however, I wish it focused on much of the social causes as well.

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