The Laws of Human Nature by Robert Greene

The Laws of Human Nature

Robert Greene is a master guide for millions of readers, distilling ancient wisdom and philosophy into essential texts for seekers of power, understanding and mastery. Now he turns to the most important subject of all - understanding people's drives and motivations, even when they are unconscious of them themselves.We are social animals. Our very lives depend on our relationships with people. Knowing why people do what they do is the most importa...

Details The Laws of Human Nature

TitleThe Laws of Human Nature
Release DateOct 23rd, 2018
GenrePsychology, Nonfiction, Philosophy, Self Help, History

Reviews The Laws of Human Nature

  • Ryan Boissonneault
    Pros: a great primer on the psychological tendencies that pull us all in certain directions, mostly to the detriment of our rational goals. Robert Greene identifies 18 such “laws,” providing historical and biographical sketches that demonstrate each law in practice. He then provides strategies for turning each law—with its inherent self-destructive tendencies—into an advantage. The author draws on a vast storehouse of examples, and his em...
  • Fabian Il.
    Very solid book on the topic. I would call them tendencies instead of strict laws especially because some are not really universal. Also there could have been more evolutionary psychology for there is nothing more fundamental to our nature plus the cognitive biases could have been added (some are mentioned like the most fundamental pain avoidance/ pleasure seeking). But all in all really enjoyable book.
  • Gary Moreau
    So much of discovery is a search for patterns. What links to what? Which variables are related? But patterns aren’t always signs of connection or influence. They can be causal or merely coincidental. And they are seldom universal.Which is exactly why such a high percentage of scientific discovery turns out to be incorrect, or at least not complete. There is a pattern, but it’s not THE pattern – or at least not the only pattern. And, of cour...
  • Jonathan Metze
    must read if you have to interact with... anyone
  • Synthia Salomon
    You can improve your life by understanding human nature. Let the sublime motivate you.
  • TofurkyVectrex64
    I got mine on the 18th from Chapters Indigo! I was worried they would deliver it late but I got mine before release!I do miss the layout style of his other classic books however I can see this as a move to make them even more timeless. I do sense the typical Hollywood Anti Trump anger at times, which betrays the wisdom of the book, not because I stand on either side but the principles of power, war, and seduction are fact, not opinion. Why editor...
  • Cindy
    I liked the topic of Human Behavior in this book comparatively better than to the book on power. Both books are insightful. This book had more relatable stories and analogies.
  • Fernando Escobar
    Excellente, as always.
  • Emmanuel Ayeni
    It's a grounded work on human nature, emotions and why people do what they sounded different scenarios
  • Muddassir Ilyas
    Not as good as his other books. May be I have read a lot on this topic, I didn’t find much that I didn’t know already. 😊