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Nature is innate behavior (behavior not learned or influenced by the environment), character or essence, especially of a human.

Nature versus nurture[edit | edit source]

Main article: Nature versus nurture

Nature versus nurture is a popular phrase used to describe debates over the relative degrees to which one's genetic makeup (nature) and one's life experiences (nurture) influence one's traits or attributes.

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