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From Hand to Mouth: The Origins of Language

Michael C. Corballis - Language Arts & Disciplines - 2003 - 257 pages
A psychologist shows how gestures rather than sounds formed the basis of language fundamentals, using evidence from anthropology, animal behavior, neurology, molecular biology ...
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Liberty: Thriving and Civic Engagement Among America's Youth

Richard M. Lerner - Political Science - 2004 - 203 pages
Liberty: Thriving and Civic Engagement Among America’s Youth examines what it means to develop as an exemplary young person - that is, a young person who is thriving within the ...
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Mystery of Mysteries: Is Evolution a Social Construction?

Professor Michael Ruse - Science - 2009 - 320 pages
With the recent Sokal hoax--the publication of a prominent physicist's pseudo-article in a leading journal of cultural studies--the status of science moved sharply from debate ...
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Ethology and Human Development

John Archer - Psychology - 1992 - 273 pages
The developmental origins of human behavior are often seen as having parallels with the natural world of animal behavior. Researchers in ethology, the biological study of ...
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Chimpanzee Cultures

Richard W. Wrangham - Nature - 1996 - 424 pages
Compares and contrasts the ecology, social relations, and cognition of chimpanzees, bonobos, and occasionally, gorillas.
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God and the New Cosmology: The Anthropic Design Argument

Michael Anthony Corey - Religion - 1993 - 332 pages
'Given the excellent historical context in which Corey frames his case and the rational manner in which he closes off the loopholes, the stage is set for paradigm shift in the ...
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Evolutionary History of the "Robust" Australopithecines

Frederick E. Grine - Social Science - 2007 - 527 pages
In paleoanthropology the group of hominids known as the "robust" australopithecines has emerged as one of the most interesting. Through them we have the opportunity to examine ...
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