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Mama's Last Hug

Animal and Human Emotions - 800 - 1989456

Buch von Frans De Waal

89262001
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Artikel-Nr.:
89262001
Im Sortiment seit:
28.02.2019
Erscheinungsdatum:
07.03.2019
Medium:
Buch
Einband:
Gebunden
Autor:
Waal, Frans De
Verlag:
Granta Books
Sprache:
Englisch
Rubrik:
Biologie
Populäre Darstellungen
Gewicht:
443 gr
Beschreibung
Mama's Last Hug is a whirlwind tour of new ideas and findings about animal emotions, based on Frans de Waal's renowned studies of the social and emotional lives of chimpanzees, bonobos and other primates.

It opens with the moving farewell between Mama, a dying 59-year-old chimpanzee matriarch, and Jan Van Hoof, who was Frans de Waal's mentor and thesis advisor. The filmed event has since gone viral (over 9.5 million views on y**tu*e).

De Waal discusses facial expressions, animal sentience and consciousness, the emotional side of human politics, and the illusion of free will. He distinguishes between emotions and feelings, all the while emphasizing the continuity between our species and other species. And he makes the radical proposal that emotions are like organs: we haven't a single organ that other animals don't have, and the same is true for our emotions.
Information zum Autor
FRANS DE WAAL has been named one of Time magazine's 100 Most Influential People. The New York Times bestselling author of Are We Smart Enough to Know How Smart Animals Are? (Granta, 2016) and Our Inner Ape (Granta, 2005) among many other works, he is the C. H. Candler Professor in Emory University's Psychology Department and director of the Living Links Center at the Yerkes National Primate Research Center. He lives in Atlanta, Georgia.
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