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"He minces no words," said Harper's. "He lets off nothing in our basic relation to the animal kingdom to which we belong. . . He is always specific, startling, but logical." --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Read it first years ago. Reread now at 80. Best ever in explaining the changes in the human over time. Very interesting to read.Published 8 days ago by BHilton
An important part of my collection and an interesting alternative way of looking at the human species.Published 1 month ago by gretchen
I am OBSESSED with Desmond Morris! He has a way of explaining human behavior unlike anyone else. I will read all his books forever and give him rave reviews forever.Published 1 month ago by Cami J.
Morris makes a convincing argument for approaching anthropology as a zoological discipline, shunning the biases that sometimes accompany an anthropological (anthropocentric)... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Garrett Mccutcheon
A complete deconstruction of human behavior in the urban environment. Desmond Morris is keeps you hooked and not a single word is wasted.Published 5 months ago by ADITYA VIKRAM JAIN
I remember reading this book when it first came out. It's one of the very first if not the first to advocate a socio biological perspective. Read morePublished 6 months ago by tom47
I decided to read this book after I read The Delusion of God by Richard Dawkins. It's more than comprehensive and easy to read, really. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Marina K
iNTRODUCTION IS MORE INTERESTING. ALSO AFTER ABOUT HALF THE BOOK IT BECOMES RHETORICAL AND SOMEWHAT BORING. CAN NOT RECOMMEND AS AVIS READING.Published 6 months ago by Prem Garg
Where do you find yourself after sitting in an office all day? Where do you see yourself after commuting for 10 years? Is it the job? Is it the people?? Read morePublished 6 months ago by marcus evans