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  • Mama's Last Hug Animal Emotions and What They Tell Us about Ourselves
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FREE DOWNLOAD ↠ KLASS-CHITA.RU é Frans de Waal Frans de Waal é 1 READ SUMMARY Mama's Last Hug Animal Emotions and What They Tell Us about Ourselves Nd empathyDe Waal discusses facial expressions the emotions behind human politics the illusion of free will animal sentience and of course Mama’s life and death The message is one of continuity between us and other species such as the radical proposal that emotions are like organs we don’t have a single organ that other animals don’t have and the same is true for our emotions Mama’s Last Hug opens our hearts and minds to the many ways in which humans and other animals are connected transforming how we view the living world around u. Frans de Waal is one of that generation of biologists who when starting in their field had to struggle with an intellectual climate or less opposed on principle to thinking about the inner lives or emotions of animals Like Jane Goodall who violated norms by naming rather than numbering the chimpanzees she was observing he was somewhat of a revolutionary for advocating the patently obvious position that humans are not the only mammals to have emotions and distinct personalities But then in the mid 20th century even research in the emotions of humans was somewhat suspect as the extreme Behaviorists considered anything other than behavior to be improper for scientific considerationFortunately times have changed but de Waal is still a bit angry about it Not that his writing is by and large ranty or angry if I may engage in a bit of speculation about his internal mental state for a moment But from time to time he does get just a tiny bit curmudgeonly about the fact that he had to spend a good bit of his early career battling the intellectual headwinds that hit anyone who thought that non human animals thought and importantly feltWhich is a bit odd because not only is this common knowledge which any farmer veterinarian or pet owner could have told you but it is also very much in line with the Copernican Principle This is the pattern not as precise as a scientific law a rule of thumb that scientific progress tends to move in the direction of You Are Not So Special Humanity Earth is not the center of the Universe Neither is the Sun Humans came about long after the universe had been going and we are related to every other living thing on earth some of whom are relatively close relations It is predictable from the Copernican Principle that just about anything that humans can do language toolmaking feeling emotions has antecedents in other speciesThere are a few times when I was a bit skeptical of his arguments if not of his conclusions For example he makes reference to the now famous pencil held in your teeth makes you find things to be funnier because it forces you into a smile study without acknowledging that there has been uite a bit of trouble in replications of this finding Now it may be that this result will be upheld upon closer study but given all the attention paid to replication in the social sciences in recent years you would think that it would at least be acknowledged that there was a uestionStill there is clearly a lot in common between human emotions and those of other mammals and perhaps even in some cases non mammalian species The Mama of the title refers to a chimpanzee matriarch who managed to retain her alpha female status for many years largely by deftly managing the emotions of herself and others in her troop Very late in her life she was visited by Jan van Hooff an also elderly researcher who supervised de Waal s dissertation decades before The video accumulated several million views you can see it here The reason is that the emotional content is not difficult to interpret the chimpanzee is surprised and enthusiastic about seeing the familiar human face Chimpanzees are far stronger than humans and unless you have raised one from infancy it is dangerous to be near one without some form of protection from mood swings If we are told that this was the first ever time that they had met without bars in between even though they had been interacting for forty years it certainly adds something to our understanding of the event but I think even without this knowledge the emotional content of the chimpanzee s reaction is pretty clearOne could of course come up with some sort of explanation of the various physical acts that did not mention the word emotion or any related concept You could also probably come up with an explanation of why the planets move across the sky in the way they do without referencing the fact that they and the Earth are all in orbit around the Sun But the simplest explanation by far is that they feel many of the same emotions that humans do and so for the same reason that well before we had rocketry enough to literally prove it we accepted Copernicus heliocentric model we should probably assume that mammals have emotions unless there is some advantage in predictive power in assuming otherwiseIf I have any criticism of this book it would be that much of the same ground was covered in his previous book Are We Smart Enough to Know How Smart Animals Are But it is still a good read and the overlap is not so complete as to make reading this book superfluousI have to say also that I found de Waal s sketches and drawings to be charming More scientists should attempt to draw it s a humanizing touch Also their knowledge some of it subconscious of which features matter most can at times make their drawings informative than a photographAll told a worthy if imperfect book on a topic that anyone with emotions can learn from Microsoft Access 2016 Intermediate Quick Reference Guide - Windows Version (Cheat Sheet of Instructions, Tips & Shortcuts - Laminated Card) just a tiny bit curmudgeonly about the fact that he had to spend a good bit of his early career battling the intellectual headwinds that hit anyone who thought that non human animals thought and importantly feltWhich is a bit odd because not only is this common knowledge which any farmer veterinarian or pet owner could have told you but it is also very much in line with the Copernican Principle This is the pattern not as precise as a scientific law a rule of thumb that scientific progress tends to move in the direction of You Are Not So Special Humanity Earth is not the center of the Universe Neither is the Sun Humans came about long after the universe had been going and we are related to every other living thing on earth some of whom are relatively close relations It is predictable from the Copernican Principle that The Painted Art Journal: 24 Projects for Creating Your Visual Narrative just about anything that humans can do language toolmaking feeling emotions has antecedents in other speciesThere are a few times when I was a bit skeptical of his arguments if not of his conclusions For example he makes reference to the now famous pencil held in your teeth makes you find things to be funnier because it forces you into a smile study without acknowledging that there has been uite a bit of trouble in replications of this finding Now it may be that this result will be upheld upon closer study but given all the attention paid to replication in the social sciences in recent years you would think that it would at least be acknowledged that there was a uestionStill there is clearly a lot in common between human emotions and those of other mammals and perhaps even in some cases non mammalian species The Mama of the title refers to a chimpanzee matriarch who managed to retain her alpha female status for many years largely by deftly managing the emotions of herself and others in her troop Very late in her life she was visited by Jan van Hooff an also elderly researcher who supervised de Waal s dissertation decades before The video accumulated several million views you can see it here The reason is that the emotional content is not difficult to interpret the chimpanzee is surprised and enthusiastic about seeing the familiar human face Chimpanzees are far stronger than humans and unless you have raised one from infancy it is dangerous to be near one without some form of protection from mood swings If we are told that this was the first ever time that they had met without bars in between even though they had been interacting for forty years it certainly adds something to our understanding of the event but I think even without this knowledge the emotional content of the chimpanzee s reaction is pretty clearOne could of course come up with some sort of explanation of the various physical acts that did not mention the word emotion or any related concept You could also probably come up with an explanation of why the planets move across the sky in the way they do without referencing the fact that they and the Earth are all in orbit around the Sun But the simplest explanation by far is that they feel many of the same emotions that humans do and so for the same reason that well before we had rocketry enough to literally prove it we accepted Copernicus heliocentric model we should probably assume that mammals have emotions unless there is some advantage in predictive power in assuming otherwiseIf I have any criticism of this book it would be that much of the same ground was covered in his previous book Are We Smart Enough to Know How Smart Animals Are But it is still a good read and the overlap is not so complete as to make reading this book superfluousI have to say also that I found de Waal s sketches and drawings to be charming More scientists should attempt to draw it s a humanizing touch Also their knowledge some of it subconscious of which features matter most can at times make their drawings informative than a photographAll told a worthy if imperfect book on a topic that anyone with emotions can learn from

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FREE DOWNLOAD ↠ KLASS-CHITA.RU é Frans de Waal Frans de Waal é 1 READ SUMMARY Mama's Last Hug Animal Emotions and What They Tell Us about Ourselves New York Times best selling author and primatologist Frans de Waal explores the fascinating world of animal and human emotionsFrans de Waal has spent four decades at the forefront of animal research Following up on the best selling Are We Smart Enough to Know How Smart Animals Are which investigated animal intelligence Mama’s Last Hug delivers a fascinating exploration of the rich emotional lives of animalsMama’s Last Hug begins with the death of Mama a chimpanzee matriarch who formed a deep bond with biologist Jan van Hooff When Mama. As a student realizing that my biology books were of little help explaining chimpanzee behavior I picked up a copy of Machiavelli s The Prince It offered an insightful unadorned account of human behavior based on real life observations of the Borgias the Medici and the popes The book put me in the right frame of mind to write about ape politics at the zoo We know our own inner states imperfectly and often mislead both ourselves and those around us We re masters of fake happiness suppressed fear and misguided love This is why I m pleased to work with nonlinguistic creatures I m forced to guess their feelings but at least they never lead me astray by what they tell me about themselves Jan van Hoof image from Utrechtse Bilologen Vereniging Jan van Hoof was two months shy of eighty years old and Mama was one month shy of fifty nine when they said their goodbyes They had known each other for forty years She d been sleeping a lot had lost considerable weight which was not surprising for one of the world s oldest zoo chimpanzees but she finally wakes up spots Jan and beams with a smile far wider than any human could produce She bleats out a high pitched call of greeting while reaching up for Jan s head pats the back of his neck and strokes his hair pulling him closer It is a moving moment that most of us might struggle to get through without releasing at least one or two tears of recognition And why not There are many ties that bind us than there are those that divide us And with this tearful scene we are delivered to a key uestion Just how different are humans from apes from animals in terms of our emotional livesMama image from Royal Burgers ZooIn 1980 the Dutch born author learned that a favorite chimpanzee alpha had been murdered by two male rivals in the colony It became a life changing event for him He was about to move to the USA and continue his study of apes but he realized that there was far too much that was not known about the roles of cooperation reconciliation pro social behavior and fairness in the animals relationships He redirected his life studies toward gaining a better understanding of such long neglected areas of animal behavioral research Frans de Waal image from wikipediaFranciscus Bernardus Maria Frans de Waal is now a world renowned primatologist and social psychologist who has broken much new ground in our understanding of animal psychology and emotion Competition was always studied in his field but de Waal was the first to establish intentional deception conflict resolution and a non human basis for empathy and morality A serious scientist whose popular writing has brought his theories to a wide readership his list of awards and recognitions would fill the page His most recent book is Are We Smart Enough To Know How Smart Animals Are Hopefully enough of us are The uestion here is whether we are perceptive enough to be able to recognize and appreciate animal emotionsMama the long time matriarch of the Burgers Zoo chimpanzee colony with her daughter Moniek At the time of this photo Mama was at the height of her power Image and text from the bookThis is not a book about Mama although her story does illustrate de Waal s point Many researchers appear to have an irresistible impulse to portray animals as entirely separate from people De Waal is interested in showing us that there is far less difference than human exceptionalists would like to think Are we really so different There have been many lines scientists have drawn that supposedly separate humans from animals that separate us from our biological roots Once it was claimed that humans are different because we use tools That lasted until researchers discovered that diverse sorts of creatures also use tools Brain size Number of neurons Nope nope More recently a difference maker has been claimed in our experiencing of emotions portraying animals as virtually mechanical Anyone with cats dogs or most other sorts of pets can assure you that our companion animals do indeed have emotions As do apparently other animals as well Now there is research to back up what is obvious to many of us The anthropomorphism argument that we merely project our emotions onto the animals being studied is rooted in human exceptionalism It reflects the desire to set humans apart and deny our animality To do so remains customary in the humanities and much of the social sciences which thrive on the notion that the human mind is somehow our own inventionModern neuroscience makes it impossible to maintain a sharp human animal dualism Bonobos are huggers Image by Jutta Hof taken from de Waal s FBAnd if we are not so different then what might be our common roots How did our emotions and how we behave come to be And by we I am not limiting that to people The work portrayed here raises many uestions about the origin of some characteristics of human beings about animals having a sense of time about the nutritional needs of hunter gatherers the role of neuron count in consciousness a definition of consciousness the role of individualism and socialization in species survival the impact of affection in early life on development ok take a breath We have trouble imagining fairness as an evolved trait partly due to how we depict nature Using evocative phrases such as survival of the fittest and nature red in tooth and claw we stress nature s cruelty leaving no room for fairness only the right of the strongest In the meantime we forget that animals often depend on each other and survive through cooperation In fact they struggle far against their environment or against hunger and disease than against each other Orangutan mother holding juvenile image by Max Block taken from de Waal s FBRested now Ok back to itwhether humans are alone in having free will the impact of increasing ineuality on longevity Is there a human instinct for war Do animals laugh or smile Can animals commit murder What is the relationship between intellect and emotion What does it mean to be an alpha male And where did our notion of that term originate What is the relationship between emotions and free will The difference between feelings and emotions I could go on but you get the picture The idea that we can achieve optimal sociality only by subduing human biology is antiuated It doesn t fit with what we know about hunter gatherers other primates or modern neuroscience It also promotes a seuential view first we had human biology then we got civilization whereas in reality the two have always gone hand in hand Grooming bonobo image by Jutta Hof taken from de Waal s FBThere is an entire chapter on smiling and laughter yes they do which is a real revelation regarding what the source of humor might be We may not be in full control of our emotions but we aren t their slaves either This is why you should never say my emotions took over as an excuse for something stupid you did because you let your emotions take over Getting emotional has a voluntary side You let yourself fall in love with the wrong person you let yourself hate certain others you allowed greed to cloud your judgment or imagination to feed your jealousy Emotions are never just emotions and they are never fully automated Perhaps the greatest misunderstanding about emotions is that they are the opposite of cognition We have translated the dualism between body and mind into one between emotion and intelligence but the two actually go together and cannot operate without each other What has been learned from the lessons discussed here can be used to improve not only how we treat animals that are housed in zoos and used in research but in how livestock can be treated humanely reinforcing the work of researchers in this field such Temple GrandinBaby Love image by Jutta Maue Kay taken from de Waal s FBDe Waal is a first rate writer bringing to his books an engaging style and an ability to make complex subjects accessible to the average reader He even exposes on occasion a sense of humor which is always welcome in popular science writing De Waal makes a strong case that our emotions not only do not separate us from other beings but show our deep connection to them He shows how emotionsintellect is a formula that has been very successful for the survival of many species and offers a far flexible approach to solving new problems than rigid instinctual responses ever could He gives us good reason to recognize our shared inheritance our fellowship and sisterhood with a vast array of earth s creatures and in so doing offers us tools to better understand our behavior as a species and the behavior of non human living things all around us It is an intellectual whirlwind with many new ideas flying around Plenty there to grab and inspect Mama s Last Hug should be the beginning of a new widespread appreciation for our own social emotional and psychological roots and empathy for the experience of others Embrace it I will only rarely refer to other species as other animals or non human animals For simplicity s sake I will mostly call them just animals even though for me as a biologist nothing is self evident than that we are part of the same kingdom We are animals Since I don t look at our species as emotionally much different from other mammals and in fact would be hard pressed to pinpoint uniuely human emotions we had better pay careful attention to the emotional background we share with our fellow travelers on this planet Frans De WaalGorillas live in family groups with a dominant silverback male and several females and offspring Gorilla dads sometimes groom and play with their infants even stepping in as surrogate mothers if need be image by Diane Fossey taken from de Waal s FBReview posted March 8 2019Publication date March 12 2019 hardcover March 10 2020 trade paperbackNovember 28 2019 Mama s Last Hug is named to the NY Times list of 100 Notable Books of 2019December 2019 Mama s Last Hug is named one of s Best Books of 2019 Science which it absolutely isMarch 2020 Mama s Last Hug is awarded the PENEO Wilson Literary Science Writing Award EXTRA STUFFDe Waal his FB page he is head of Living Links Center for the Advanced Study of Ape and Human Evolution There are many informative articles including interviews with de Waal linked on the Publications Page Definitely a rabbit hole worth exploring TED Talk Moral Behavior in Animals another TED Talk The Surprising Science of Alpha Males March 9 2019 NY Times Your Dog Feels as Guilty as She Looks An excerpt from the book What Do We Really Know About Animals EmotionsOther items of interest The Expression of the Emotions in Man and Animals by Charles Darwin on Gutenberg Video of Jan and Mama saying goodbye Royal Burgers Zoo page about Mama and Jan my review of Among the Great Apes a very different sort of ape related bookJanuary 29 2020 Mama s Last Hug is a short list nominee for a PenFaulkner award winners to be announced on March 2 Microsoft Access 2016 Intermediate Quick Reference Guide - Windows Version (Cheat Sheet of Instructions, Tips & Shortcuts - Laminated Card) juvenile image by Max Block taken from de Waal s FBRested now Ok back to itwhether humans are alone in having free will the impact of increasing ineuality on longevity Is there a human instinct for war Do animals laugh or smile Can animals commit murder What is the relationship between intellect and emotion What does it mean to be an alpha male And where did our notion of that term originate What is the relationship between emotions and free will The difference between feelings and emotions I could go on but you get the picture The idea that we can achieve optimal sociality only by subduing human biology is antiuated It doesn t fit with what we know about hunter gatherers other primates or modern neuroscience It also promotes a seuential view first we had human biology then we got civilization whereas in reality the two have always gone hand in hand Grooming bonobo image by Jutta Hof taken from de Waal s FBThere is an entire chapter on smiling and laughter yes they do which is a real revelation regarding what the source of humor might be We may not be in full control of our emotions but we aren t their slaves either This is why you should never say my emotions took over as an excuse for something stupid you did because you let your emotions take over Getting emotional has a voluntary side You let yourself fall in love with the wrong person you let yourself hate certain others you allowed greed to cloud your The Painted Art Journal: 24 Projects for Creating Your Visual Narrative judgment or imagination to feed your How to Do Everything with Photoshop CS2 jealousy Emotions are never The Compelling Communicator: Mastering the Art and Science of Exceptional Presentation Design just emotions and they are never fully automated Perhaps the greatest misunderstanding about emotions is that they are the opposite of cognition We have translated the dualism between body and mind into one between emotion and intelligence but the two actually go together and cannot operate without each other What has been learned from the lessons discussed here can be used to improve not only how we treat animals that are housed in zoos and used in research but in how livestock can be treated humanely reinforcing the work of researchers in this field such Temple GrandinBaby Love image by Jutta Maue Kay taken from de Waal s FBDe Waal is a first rate writer bringing to his books an engaging style and an ability to make complex subjects accessible to the average reader He even exposes on occasion a sense of humor which is always welcome in popular science writing De Waal makes a strong case that our emotions not only do not separate us from other beings but show our deep connection to them He shows how emotionsintellect is a formula that has been very successful for the survival of many species and offers a far flexible approach to solving new problems than rigid instinctual responses ever could He gives us good reason to recognize our shared inheritance our fellowship and sisterhood with a vast array of earth s creatures and in so doing offers us tools to better understand our behavior as a species and the behavior of non human living things all around us It is an intellectual whirlwind with many new ideas flying around Plenty there to grab and inspect Mama s Last Hug should be the beginning of a new widespread appreciation for our own social emotional and psychological roots and empathy for the experience of others Embrace it I will only rarely refer to other species as other animals or non human animals For simplicity s sake I will mostly call them All about Prayer (Salah) Activity Book (Discover Islam Sticker Activity Books) just animals even though for me as a biologist nothing is self evident than that we are part of the same kingdom We are animals Since I don t look at our species as emotionally much different from other mammals and in fact would be hard pressed to pinpoint uniuely human emotions we had better pay careful attention to the emotional background we share with our fellow travelers on this planet Frans De WaalGorillas live in family groups with a dominant silverback male and several females and offspring Gorilla dads sometimes groom and play with their infants even stepping in as surrogate mothers if need be image by Diane Fossey taken from de Waal s FBReview posted March 8 2019Publication date March 12 2019 hardcover March 10 2020 trade paperbackNovember 28 2019 Mama s Last Hug is named to the NY Times list of 100 Notable Books of 2019December 2019 Mama s Last Hug is named one of s Best Books of 2019 Science which it absolutely isMarch 2020 Mama s Last Hug is awarded the PENEO Wilson Literary Science Writing Award EXTRA STUFFDe Waal his FB page he is head of Living Links Center for the Advanced Study of Ape and Human Evolution There are many informative articles including interviews with de Waal linked on the Publications Page Definitely a rabbit hole worth exploring TED Talk Moral Behavior in Animals another TED Talk The Surprising Science of Alpha Males March 9 2019 NY Times Your Dog Feels as Guilty as She Looks An excerpt from the book What Do We Really Know About Animals EmotionsOther items of interest The Expression of the Emotions in Man and Animals by Charles Darwin on Gutenberg Video of Jan and Mama saying goodbye Royal Burgers Zoo page about Mama and Jan my review of Among the Great Apes a very different sort of ape related bookJanuary 29 2020 Mama s Last Hug is a short list nominee for a PenFaulkner award winners to be announced on March 2

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FREE DOWNLOAD ↠ KLASS-CHITA.RU é Frans de Waal Frans de Waal é 1 READ SUMMARY Mama's Last Hug Animal Emotions and What They Tell Us about Ourselves Was dying van Hooff took the unusual step of visiting her in her night cage for a last hug Their goodbyes were filmed and went viral Millions of people were deeply moved by the way Mama embraced the professor welcoming him with a big smile while reassuring him by patting his neck in a gesture often considered typically human but that is in fact common to all primates This story and others like it form the core of de Waal’s argument showing that humans are not the only species with the capacity for love hate fear shame guilt joy disgust a. Frans DeWaal is a primatologist who has studied animal emotions for decades This fascinating book explores the rich emotional lives of animals Relating observations and laboratory experiments we are told of emotions found not only in primates but rats moles and fish Due to a lack of language in these groups at least a language humans understand science has been skeptical about the existence of emotions They can t tell us when they are sad joyful envious They unlike humans cannot lie about what they are experiencing De Waal also believes that reluctance to accept their emotions may stem from an unwillingness to grant complex emotions to lower life forms After all isn t that what makes us superior Thankfully science is changing and that will trickle down to the general public We should respect all life We should care about their habitats and their handling and uality of life if used for consumption Some progress is being made but we have a long way still to goDeWaal is not just extremely knowledgeable and passionate about his subject but he is an engaging writer I highly recommend this bookWe tend to underestimate the emotions that organize our lives and institutions but they are at the core of everything we do and are The desire to control others is a driving force behind many social processes and imposes structure on primate societies From Trump and Clinton s uest to lead the nation to bonobo mothers who come to blows over their sons the power motive is pervasive and plain to see It has led to some of our highest achievements under inspiring leaders but it also has a disturbing track record of violence including the political assassinations to which our own species is no stranger Emotions can be good bad and ugly which is as true for animals as it is for us The Mindfulness and Acceptance Workbook for Depression: Using Acceptance and Commitment Therapy to Move Through Depression and Create a Life Worth Living (A New Harbinger Self-Help Workbook) joy disgust a. Frans DeWaal is a primatologist who has studied animal emotions for decades This fascinating book explores the rich emotional lives of animals Relating observations and laboratory experiments we are told of emotions found not only in primates but rats moles and fish Due to a lack of language in these groups at least a language humans understand science has been skeptical about the existence of emotions They can t tell us when they are sad Handmade Garden Projects: Step-by-Step Instructions for Creative Garden Features, Containers, Lighting and More joyful envious They unlike humans cannot lie about what they are experiencing De Waal also believes that reluctance to accept their emotions may stem from an unwillingness to grant complex emotions to lower life forms After all isn t that what makes us superior Thankfully science is changing and that will trickle down to the general public We should respect all life We should care about their habitats and their handling and uality of life if used for consumption Some progress is being made but we have a long way still to goDeWaal is not Classic Cars Calendar 2018: 16 Month Calendar just extremely knowledgeable and passionate about his subject but he is an engaging writer I highly recommend this bookWe tend to underestimate the emotions that organize our lives and institutions but they are at the core of everything we do and are The desire to control others is a driving force behind many social processes and imposes structure on primate societies From Trump and Clinton s uest to lead the nation to bonobo mothers who come to blows over their sons the power motive is pervasive and plain to see It has led to some of our highest achievements under inspiring leaders but it also has a disturbing track record of violence including the political assassinations to which our own species is no stranger Emotions can be good bad and ugly which is as true for animals as it is for us


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    FREE DOWNLOAD ↠ KLASS-CHITA.RU é Frans de Waal Frans de Waal é 1 READ SUMMARY Mama's Last Hug Animal Emotions and What They Tell Us about Ourselves As a student realizing that my biology books were of little help explaining chimpanzee behavior I picked up a copy of Machiavelli’s The Prince It offered an insightful unadorned account of human behavior based on real life observations of the Borgias the Medici and the popes The book put me in the right frame of mind to write about ape politics at the zoo We know our own inner states imperfectly and often mislead both ourselves

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    [Mama's Last Hug Animal Emotions and What They Tell Us about Ourselves [BOOK] Free Read Ebook By Frans de Waal Two or three stars which represents best how I react to this book? Is the book good or is it OK? As a whole it feels OK than good so two stars it will be I will explain why I react in this wayI have trouble with how the book is told and I am not referring in any way to the narration of the audiobook It is not the central content concerning animals’ emotions that is the stumbling block for me I am certain that animals

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    Frans de Waal é 1 READ FREE DOWNLOAD ↠ KLASS-CHITA.RU é Frans de Waal [Mama's Last Hug Animal Emotions and What They Tell Us about Ourselves [BOOK] Free Read Ebook By Frans de Waal Frans de Waal’s latest book Mama’s Last Hug Animal and Human Emotions is a survey of various emotions — what they are when they arise and how they are identified — in both animals and humans Each chapter covers a different set of emotions or concepts related to them such as emotional intelligence and sentience described with a plentiful assortment of de Waal’s firsthand anecdotes from his decades studying primates as

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    [Mama's Last Hug Animal Emotions and What They Tell Us about Ourselves [BOOK] Free Read Ebook By Frans de Waal I recently went to the zoo at the behest of a friend of mine I hadn’t been to a proper zoo since I was a child and was reminded why I hadn’t been in such a long time Animals in small enclosures appearing listless with nothing to stimulate them was for me the opposite of entertaining It was profoundly moving but not perhaps in the sense that my acuaintance might have wished Particularly disturbing to me was seeing th

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    SUMMARY Mama's Last Hug Animal Emotions and What They Tell Us about Ourselves [Mama's Last Hug Animal Emotions and What They Tell Us about Ourselves [BOOK] Free Read Ebook By Frans de Waal An engaging examination of primate emotions though de Waal carefully distinguishes these from feelings and social constructs and what they teach us about human emotions and interactions Every now and then it seems his analogies oversimplify human reactions ex he compared Bonobo female reproductive jealousy to the majority of women who chose Obama over the McCainPalin ticket which of course disregards the many

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