I have written a book that describes my version of human nature and has many “moving parts,” but writing it was the easy, fun part. After you finish writing a book, you have to come up with an “elevator” description (short enough to get through during the ride). The main task is to refrain from saying too much about the content and to shift to writing what the book is about, the 30,000 foot view. But then, if you get too high, the whole thing dissolves into abstract gibberish. So there is a trade-off with adding just enough on-the-ground “beef” to anchor it. Here Is my current effort:

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