Left in the Dark
This is a totally new way of looking at the evolution of the human brain. It is so totally fresh, unexpected and hitherto un-thought-of that it will probably take a long time before evolutionary anthropologists and psychologists begin to take it on board; but it will make an impact, of that there is no doubt. It will be, it must be, taken very seriously in any discussion of human origins. Colin Groves: (Professor of Biological Anthropology at the School of Archaeology & Anthropology, Australian National University and author of several books including A Theory Of Human And Primate Evolution and Bones, Stones and Molecules)
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Review: Left in the dark : the biological origins of the fall from grace : an investigation into the evolution of the human brain : a journey to the edge of the human mindUser Review - Gwern - Goodreads
Having seen an overview of the claims, I expected little from this book but I was hopeful that it could at least be "mind candy" in the same sense that I enjoyed tremendously reading Jayne's _Origin ... Read full review
Review: Left in the dark : the biological origins of the fall from grace : an investigation into the evolution of the human brain : a journey to the edge of the human mindUser Review - Goodreads
Though much of the book is theoretical in stance rather than empirical or experimental, the authors provide much food for thought. Definitely a candidate for interdisciplinary research frameworks.