Robin dunbar presents a marvelous new perspective on how humans evolved as social animals but as an evolutionary psychologist his perspective is limited by his poor understanding of what humans actually do within their social groups. A history of the insatiable curiosity about who we are and where we have come from histories of human evolution rely on stones and bones because thats all that remains of our ancestors. The story of human evolution has fascinated us like no other we seem to have an insatiable curiosity about who we are and where we have come from yet studying the stones and bones skirts around what is perhaps the realest and most relatable story of human evolution the social and cognitive changes that gave rise to modern humans. What makes us human in the first of an exciting series of events celebrating the return of the popular and accessible pelican books evolutionary anthropologist robin dunbar will discuss the . Human evolution book read 28 reviews from the worlds largest community for readers what makes us humanhow did we develop language thought and cultu
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