Resultados para: robin dunbar
Did mankind evolve unusually large brains simply in order to gossip? Primates differ from other animals by the intensity of their social relationships, by the amount of time they spend grooming one another. Not just a matter of hygiene, grooming is...
A fascinating account of the latest thinking on human evolution, by 'apos;one of the most respected evolutionary psychologists in Britain'apos;.For scientists studying evolution, the past decade has seen astonishing advances across many disciplines -...
Dunbar,Robin; Dunbar,R. I. M.(9550072)
A scientific exploration of some of humanity'apos;s most puzzling questions: What is love? Why do we fall in (and out) of love? And why would we have evolved to feel something so weird, with so many downsides?Whether you live for Valentine'apos;s Day...
The 'apos;trouble'apos; with science began in 1632, when Galileo demolished the belief that the earth is the centre of the universe. Yet despite the bewildering success of the scientific revolution, many continue to hanker after the cosy certainties...
Excerpt from On the Wabash: A Comedy in Three Acts The general strike, a labor play. Four acts. Vina calterp, a problem play. Three acts. Thirteenth AT table, a tragi-comedy. Three acts. A woman's home, a domestic comedy. One act. About the Publisher...sob encomenda