In this chapter, the author builds his concluding remarks both on appraisal and on some of the difficulties of the analytic view of philosophy, carving out a domain within arguments in which conceptual analysis may be appropriate –while ultimately adopting a naturalist perspective in his effort to overcome metaphysics. The difference to the philosophical anthropologists could lie in an act of throwing out the concept of "human nature" altogether and settling for a constructivist position. The mutual shaping relations between humans and artefacts would not presuppose a human nature that would first enter into that relation. Instead, it would be a product of that relation. According to this image, the relation will first create the relata. Hence, the notion of human nature would be subject to deconstruction, in that there is nothing natural about human nature.