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Chosen Species: The Long March of Human Evolution - Juan Luis Arsuaga
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2006, ISBN: 9781405115339

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Minor Moisture stains/ripples: John Wiley and Sons Inc 1963, 1963. Spiral bound. Paperback : soft cover edition in good plus condition, a typical used book with slight wear to edges and spine. Some minor bumping or creases. Overall good / nice copy of this scarce title. Excellent reading on the subject. A good book to enjoy and keep on hand for yourself. Or would make an ideal gift for the fan / reader in your life. Reading is one of the great pleasures in life.. Previous Owner Name/marks. 2: Paperback, Illust. Cover. A: Book: Good or Better Cond./No Dust Jacket. Illus. by Some Illustrations. S: Some Edge Wear, Normal for Age of Book. Math Textbook, Used., John Wiley and Sons Inc 1963, 1963, ISIS Large Print Books, 2005. Paperback. Good. Paperback in good condition, ex library book. 2003 ISIS LARGE PRINT. Newsday, April 17, 2003 - This is a thriller, all right. But one with a subplot that makes for intriguing psychological ambiguity. Radar Magazine - The novel's hero finds himself launched into a shadowy underworld. You can all but see Jude Law in the movie. Reader review - "On Cape Three Points was published in May this year. It is a superb literary thriller that follows the fluctuating fortunes of Lewis Penn, a junior lawyer working at Madison & Vere. Lewis is an all together familiar character, whether you're a lawyer or not. He shares a flat with a mate from university, he works more hours than he doesn't, he goes for dinner in the canteen downstairs every night, and when he gets the chance he goes for a few pints round the corner with mates from his intake. He is surrounded by over demanding clients and over demanding bosses, and spends his life juggling unrealistic deadlines with his family and friends. Knackered, he is plunged into a new job at short notice and makes a bad (but not earth shattering) mistake. Just like 163a. Acutely aware of the need to succeed, the increasingly perverse logic that he applies as he frantically tries to conceal the error is something most of us will recognise. We've all made mistakes and tried to cover them up (admit it, at least to yourself). Lewis makes a mistake, tries to cover it up, but when the initial mistake solves itself, he has to try to cover up his cover up. And it is at this point that his judgment seriously begins to fail him. A series of events are set in motion which range from meetings with the Ukrainian mafia, romantic liaisons with vivacious corporate spies, a desperate car chase across Washington, and finally a journey all the way back to Lewis' alma mater in Bristol. Whilst desperately trying to cling onto his job and sanity and to keep his mistake concealed, the young lawyer's ordered life at the firm and at home becomes increasingly distant. However, as he wades deeper into the mire, he unwittingly begins to realise where his priorities should lie - with his dying brother and some full and frank disclosure the like of which he hasn't yet been required to give. On Cape Three Points is a great read. For the first time, as far as I'm aware, someone has committed to print an eloquent (and at times painfully familiar) summary of life in a big law firm. As well as a breathless sprint through the life of an unfortunate young lawyer who gets caught out, Chris' novel is also a serious study of how our job shapes, or perhaps bends, our characters, throwing events and situations out of perspective. The book is the proverbial must, and not just for lawyers. A gripping plot, a simple yet powerful style that will make his former bosses proud, perceptive but not up itself - a superb read." - used books, secondhand books, out of print books, hard to find books, for sale, second-hand books, college books, student books, nonfiction, first edition, , non-fiction books delivered world wide. Excess postage may be required for books over 1 kg in weight outside the EU. ISBN 0-7531-7028-0 0753170280., ISIS Large Print Books, 2005, Rutgers University Press. Fine. 2002. 1st Paperback Edition. Trade Paperback. 0813531357 . A flawless (as new) copy of this large paperback, "a hand-illustrated, user-friendly guide for both the interested student and weekend naturalist. The keys list all of the woody plants of the Pine Barrens except for a few rare, non-native species," 255 pages, includes a bibliography, and for those of you who are under the false impression that New Jersey is a paved-over state, the Pine Barrens (our nation's first National Reserve) is the largest expanse of undeveloped land in the megalopolis between Boston and Washington, D.C. ., Rutgers University Press, 2002, WB, UK, 2006. First Edition. Softcover. New. Available Now. Book Description: This engaging book tells the story of human evolution, asking if man is indeed the chosen species or merely an evolutionary accident. Written by world-renowned paleoanthropologists who are co-directors of the excavations at Atapuerca---a World Heritage Site and Europe s oldest known burial site---where a new human species, homo antecessor , was discovered Discusses various hypotheses of human evolution, drawing conclusions from verifiable facts and well-founded argument Offers a compelling narrative written for nonspecialists and students of human evolution Includes over 60 illustrations Sold over 100,000 copies in the original Spanish-language edition : Review: This book by the researchers who helped to unearth the extraordinary and important collection of human fossils from Atapuerca is an excellent introduction to human ancestry. Read it and you will experience at first hand the fascination of the human fossil hunter. Bernard Wood, George Washington University : A fine book that tells the tale of human origins in an engaging and authoritative manner. Roger Lewin, Associate of the Peabody Museum, Harvard University, and prize-winning author of Bones of Contention: --------------------: The following are translations of Spanish-language reviews of the Spanish edition of the book: : "Essential reading. This book fills a crucial gap in the body of scientific literature written for the general public." --- La esfera de los libros: "Far more than a timely presentation of the magnitude, significance, and contents of the famed Atapuerca site, this book is also an enlightening account of the origins of human life, including the basic principles of evolutionary theory. " --- El Pais: "An excellent text . By drawing on both biology and paleontology, Arsuaga and Mart?nez bring their subject to life for their readers." --- El Pais: "Here is a book that should be of perennial interest to the educated reader, the humanist, who cannot get enough of research and writing on the subject of his own origins." --- ABC literario : From the Back Cover: Is modern man the logical conclusion of a long evolutionary journey? Or are humans merely an evolutionary accident? The Chosen Species answers these and many other questions about our origins. : Authors Juan Luis Arsuaga and Ignacio Mart?nez are world-renowned paleoanthropologists and co-directors of the excavations at Atapuerca---a World Heritage Site and Europe s oldest known burial site---where their team discovered a new human species, homo antecessor. Their work has changed the way we see human evolution. Here, the authors draw on their rich experience to provide a fascinating account of our origins. They reconstruct the sequence of events, give an account of how, when, and why man evolved, and draw conclusions based on verifiable facts and well-founded argument. The Chosen Species combines scientific rigor with a spellbinding style that will grip readers as they follow the tale to its end. Size: 15.5 x 1.6 x 22.9 cm. 298 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 500 grams. Category: Darwin Related; ISBN: 1405115335. ISBN/EAN: 9781405115339. . 9781405115339, WB, 2006

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[EAN: 9781405115339], Neubuch, [PU: WB, UK], DARWIN RELATED BZDB395 FOSSIL HOMINIDS, HUMAN EVOLUTION, PRIMATES -- ANTHROPOLOGY, PREHISTORIC, DEWEY: 599.938 RELATED; CHOSEN SPECIES THE LONG MARCH OF EVOLUTION, Science|Life Sciences|Evolution, Social Science|Anthropology|General, Social Science|Anthropology|Physical, Available Now. Book Description: This engaging book tells the story of human evolution, asking if man is indeed the chosen species or merely an evolutionary accident. Written by world-renowned paleoanthropologists who are co-directors of the excavations at Atapuerca---a World Heritage Site and Europe s oldest known burial site---where a new human species, homo antecessor , was discovered Discusses various hypotheses of human evolution, drawing conclusions from verifiable facts and well-founded argument Offers a compelling narrative written for nonspecialists and students of human evolution Includes over 60 illustrations Sold over 100,000 copies in the original Spanish-language edition : Review: This book by the researchers who helped to unearth the extraordinary and important collection of human fossils from Atapuerca is an excellent introduction to human ancestry. Read it and you will experience at first hand the fascination of the human fossil hunter. Bernard Wood, George Washington University : A fine book that tells the tale of human origins in an engaging and authoritative manner. Roger Lewin, Associate of the Peabody Museum, Harvard University, and prize-winning author of Bones of Contention: --------------------: The following are translations of Spanish-language reviews of the Spanish edition of the book: : "Essential reading. This book fills a crucial gap in the body of scientific literature written for the general public." --- La esfera de los libros: "Far more than a timely presentation of the magnitude, significance, and contents of the famed Atapuerca site, this book is also an enlightening account of the origins of human life, including the basic principles of evolutionary theory. " --- El Pais: "An excellent text . By drawing on both biology and paleontology, Arsuaga and Mart?nez bring their subject to life for their readers." --- El Pais: "Here is a book that should be of perennial interest to the educated reader, the humanist, who cannot get enough of research and writing on the subject of his own origins." --- ABC literario : From the Back Cover: Is modern man the logical conclusion of a long evolutionary journey? Or are humans merely an evolutionary accident? The Chosen Species answers these and many other questions about our origins. : Authors Juan Luis Arsuaga and Ignacio Mart?nez are world-renowned paleoanthropologists and co-directors of the excavations at Atapuerca---a World Heritage Site and Europe s oldest known burial site---where their team discovered a new human species, homo antecessor. Their work has changed the way we see human evolution. Here, the authors draw on their rich experience to provide a fascinating account of our origins. They reconstruct the sequence of events, give an account of how, when, and why man evolved, and draw conclusions based on verifiable facts and well-founded argument. The Chosen Species combines scientific rigor with a spellbinding style that will grip readers as they follow the tale to its end. Size: 15.5 x 1.6 x 22.9 cm. 298 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 500 grams. Category: Darwin Related; ISBN: 1405115335. ISBN/EAN: 9781405115339.

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Chosen Species: The Long March of Human Evolution
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Arsuaga, Juan Luis; Martinez, Ignacio

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Chosen Species: The Long March of Human Evolution

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This engaging book tells the story of human evolution, asking if man is indeed the "chosen species" or merely an evolutionary accident. Written by world-renowned paleoanthropologists who are co-directors of the excavations at Atapuerca---a World Heritage Site and Europe's oldest known burial site---where a new human species, "homo antecessor," was discovered Discusses various hypotheses of human evolution, drawing conclusions from verifiable facts and well-founded argument Offers a compelling narrative written for nonspecialists and students of human evolution Includes over 60 illustrations Sold over 100,000 copies in the original Spanish-language edition

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781405115339
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1405115335
Livre de poche
Date de parution: 2005
Editeur: BLACKWELL PUBL
284 Pages
Poids: 0,431 kg
Langue: eng/Englisch

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ISBN/EAN: 1405115335

ISBN - Autres types d'écriture:
1-4051-1533-5, 978-1-4051-1533-9


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