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Biology and Freedom: An Essay on the Implications of Human Ethology - (Herausg.)
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Pressestimmen\n[Biology and Freedom] goes beyond the mere debunking of certain popular biologistic follies, to offer instead a vision of a humanity set free by our very biological situation...Barnett remains unshakeably a progressive. Nature\n\nThe importance of Barnett's book is that it was written by a practising scientist who fully accepts the role of reductionism in science. His main message is an indictment of the techniques and results of scientific reductionism as tools for use in social engineering and to explain (or, rather, to explain away) those instincts of ethics and morality in persons and communitites which could be called the art of living. Lord Eric Ashby\n\nEvery reader will admire the breadth of Barnett's scholarship. Robert Hinde, MRC Unit on the Development and Integration of Behavior\n\nThe book are a whole is an eloquent plea for the humanness and humaness of human beings. It is accessible to the general reader and enjoyable for its gracefulness of style and liberal use of literary and historical references.--Bioscience \n\nÜber das Produkt\nBiology and Freedom is an essay on human nature: an attempt to make a just assessment of a species often presented as predominantly and unavoidably violent, grasping, selfish and stupid. Combining the findings of up-to-date biology with logic and humour, Professor Barnett gives a lucid alternative portrait of humanity in which he stresses the questions that the complexities that human existence will raise long after current myths have faded. , ISBN-13: 9780521018203, Taschenbuch, Cambridge University Press,

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Taschenbuch Pressestimmen\n[Biology and Freedom] goes beyond the mere debunking of certain popular biologistic follies, to offer instead a vision of a humanity set free by our very biological situation...Barnett remains unshakeably a progressive. Nature\n\nThe importance of Barnett's book is that it was written by a practising scientist who fully accepts the role of reductionism in science. His main message is an indictment of the techniques and results of scientific reductionism as tools for use in social engineering and to explain (or, rather, to explain away) those instincts of ethics and morality in persons and communitites which could be called the art of living. Lord Eric Ashby\n\nEvery reader will admire the breadth of Barnett's scholarship. Robert Hinde, MRC Unit on the Development and Integration of Behavior\n\nThe book are a whole is an eloquent plea for the humanness and humaness of human beings. It is accessible to the general reader and enjoyable for its gracefulness of style and liberal use of literary and historical references.--Bioscience \n\nÜber das Produkt\nBiology and Freedom is an essay on human nature: an attempt to make a just assessment of a species often presented as predominantly and unavoidably violent, grasping, selfish and stupid. Combining the findings of up-to-date biology with logic and humour, Professor Barnett gives a lucid alternative portrait of humanity in which he stresses the questions that the complexities that human existence will raise long after current myths have faded. Versand D: 2,00 EUR, [PU:Cambridge University Press,]

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Biology and Freedom: Paperback: Cambridge University Press: 9780521018203: 22 Aug 2005: Combining the findings of biology with logic and humour, this 1989 book gives a lucid portrait of human nature. Biology and Freedom is an essay on human nature; an attempt to make a just assessment of a species often presented as predominantly and unavoidably violent, greedy, and stupid. Likening human beings to animals is a traditional method of influencing attitudes on questions of morals and politics. Here, Professor Barnett shows that modern ethology, experimental psychology, genetics, and evolutionary theory give the currently fashionable misanthrophy no authentic support. He asks whether the theory of evolution has any bearing on, for instance, Machiavellianism in politics or the concept of original sin; and whether laboratory experiments on the effects of reward and punishment tell us anything useful about why we work, or about the enigma of free will. Combining the findings of modern biology with logic and humor, Professor Barnett gives a lucid alternative portrait of humanity. He stresses the questions that the complexities of human existence will raise long after the currently fashionable theories have faded. All those interested in these questions, in the truth about human nature, and in the future of human society will want to read this book. Animal Behaviour, , , , , , , , , , , ,, [PU: Cambridge University Press]

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Biology and Freedom: An Essay on the Implications of Human Ethology

Combining the findings of up-to-date biology with logic and humour, Professor Barnett gives a lucid portrait of human nature.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780521018203
ISBN (ISBN-10): 052101820X
Livre de poche
Date de parution: 2005
Editeur: CAMBRIDGE UNIV PR
396 Pages
Poids: 0,626 kg
Langue: eng/Englisch

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ISBN/EAN: 052101820X

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0-521-01820-X, 978-0-521-01820-3


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