African genesis: a personal investigation into the animal origins and nature of man

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Atheneum, 1961 - Psychology - 380 pages
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A study of man's biological and behavioral heritage as traced to the predatory animals of the African continent, which developed characteristics formerly thought to be exclusively human

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I very much enjoyed this book when I was younger. It was good, interesting, innovative, and a fine summary of what we knew at that time. Ardrey supports both the warlike nature of man and ancestry ... Read full review


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