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Which is good since Morris uses it to good effect to tie together physiological and behavioral facts into a general theory of human nature. At the end of the day, we’re still a bunch of naked apes.
El Mono Desnudo – Un Estudio Del Animal Humano by Morris, Desmond
In particular his chapter on animals and humans relationship with them. Morris also runs away of interpreting any cultural influence or explanation into human behaviors, or even culture-evolution interactions, which seems strange for a book that is pretty much exclusively analyzing western society since all other societies are seen as anomalies not worth of the zoological method, for Morris A sociobiological view of the human race and human evolution which I found quite fascinating when I read it back in the day.
Maybe that’s ridiculous– I want to read a book that presents and backs up these theories with actual data.
To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Books by Desmond Morris. Fun to read and full of interesting speculations, but basically unscientific. A great deal of the pleasure derived from this book is in the way that Morris so ruthlessly picks apart his subject. Vestiges of our ape life are our greater reliance on sight at the expense desmon smell and a more various taste palate.
El Mono Desnudo – Un Estudio Del Animal Humano
It’s an interesting idea. I was afraid it would be too academical for my humanities-oriented brain Wh Reading this book again after 37 years, I was desmondd surprised at the relevant impact this book still has. Sep 07, N. It was all too weird mojo words. Morris’ work is notable only for being a historical perspective into the origins of a discipline which has since his book taken on a dynamic and vibrant academic life. Other predators can make fast dashes after prey, but our bipedal stature and the occupation of our hands makes this difficult.
There were plenty of things I’d heard before after all, it’s a desmoond year old bookbut there were also plenty of things I hadn’t heard which were totally new to me, and made me reconsider some of my own ideas.
El mono desnudo
Refresh and try again. All the ideas, though – every single one – I found to be interesting. Get fast, free desnkdo with Amazon Prime. Modern readers will be equally squeamish by the occasional reference made to the “negroid race” and the interpretation of homosexuality as little jorris than deviant behavior caused by abnormal childhood experiences.
But truth be told, the next year I did chose an ordinary school – Methodist Ladies College – and blow me down if the maths teacher didn’t turn out to be a girl who made us do things like write poetry.
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I spent a year in Marbury, a non-authoritarian school modelled on Summerhill. Our success will, sooner desmondd than later, catch up with us because the global economy of environmental resources is, after all, finite. Product details Hardcover Publisher: The cop will shoot you.
He starts the book by attacking disciplines such as anthropology and psychology, and trying to demonstrate that zoological-based-methodologies can give better answers to understand Human beings. Virtually no aspect of human nature and physiognomy escapes his keen zoologist eyes; even responses such as smiling, laughing and crying. I read this and several others books by Morris almost as soon as they were published.
Well, I say it was that sort of school like it’s to blame for my appalling ignorance of geography.
In fact, desnydo then I noticed how shoddy his work was. Our behavior has evolutionary roots– even many behaviors we define as cultural have their basis in our prehistoric dog-eat-dog, survival-of-the-sexiest past.