4 edition of Evolution and the humanities found in the catalog.
Evolution and the humanities
Includes bibliographical references (p. 215-222) and index.
|LC Classifications||QH371 .H64 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 228 p. :|
|Number of Pages||228|
|LC Control Number||86022114|
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Are you an author. Learn about Author Central. David Holbrook (Author) ISBN Cited by: 1. David Holbrook, born in Norwich, UK, served the humanities as a fellow in Kings College Cambridge and in Downing College where he became director of studies, also as a poet, novelist, literary critic, anthologist, commentator on culture, educator and author of several books.
Evolution and the Humanities is a book by David Holbrook that attacks Darwinian book rejects reductionist biology and takes influence from Michael Polanyi and vitalist philosophy.
Reception. The book has been heavily criticized by academics. Martin Stuart-Fox noted that Holbrook's criticism of natural selection was a "cobble together, in a sort of scissors-and-paste Cited by: 1.
That book focuses on the fossils ( pages vs less than 60 here) and consequently doesn't go into as much details as this book on evolution, art and symbolism, the brain and intelligence and other processes involved in the transition of Hominids as discussed here.
These books Reviews: Evolution, Culture, and the Human Mind is the first scholarly book to integrate evolutionary and cultural perspectives on human psychology.
The contributors include world-renowned evolutionary, cultural, social, and cognitive psychologists. These chapters reveal many novel insights linking human evolution to both human cognition and human Reviews: 1. Human Evolution and Culture presents the highlights of the popular Anthropology, 14th edition by the same author team.
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The contributors include world-renowned evolutionary, cultural, social, and cognitive psychologists. These chapters reveal many novel insights linking human evolution to both human cognition and human 45(1). The evolution of the human brain and cognitive ability is one of the central themes of physicalbiological anthropology.
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Book excerpt: Charles Robert Darwin, the famous English naturalist and geologist is the central focus of James Mark Baldwin's book Darwin and the Humanities. By introducing the theory of "natural selection" Darwin earned the title Father of Evolution.
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The novels of Jack London, the plays of George Bernard Shaw, and even the poetry of Alfred Tennyson contain a seemingly convincing basis for belief in the "evolution" of humankind. 1 Tennyson had expressed an evolutionary viewpoint actually some time before Darwin's book appeared in Your last book is Evolution: What the Fossils Say and Why It Matters by Donald Prothero.
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