The primal path to kinship: a critical review of Bernard Chapais, Primeval Kinship: How Pair-Bonding Gave Birth to Human Society. Harvard. In Primeval Kinship, Bernard Chapais corrects this imbalance with a thought- provoking and informed application of the primate data to the question of the origins. Chapais contends that only a few evolutionary steps were required Many books on kinship have been written by social anthropologists, but Primeval Kinship is the first book dedicated to the evolutionary Bernard Chapais.
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The book indeed fulfills this promise, presenting a persuasive, well-argued, logical evolutionary scenario based on empirical data and a sound comparative method Science Logic and Mathematics.
Linship reasoned and careful treatment of the primate data provides considerable food for thought about how and why we have come to be the way we are. Pair-bonding transformed a social organization loosely based on kinship into one exhibiting the strong hold of kinship and affinity.
Results of about Wilson La Trobe University. Primevzl details Format Paperback pages Dimensions x x The implication is that the gap between chimpanzee societies and pre-linguistic hominid societies is narrower than we might think. Subscribe to receive information about forthcoming books, seasonal catalogs, and more, in newsletters tailored to your interests. Biology and Philosophy 25 1: An error has occurred. The implication is that the gap between chimpanzee societies and pre-linguistic hominid societies is narrower cjapais we might think.
With an increasing tendency toward specialization in science, there are few who dare step outside of their comfort zones to attempt broad, wide-ranging syntheses on problems that go to the heart of what it is to be human.
The digital Loeb Classical Library loebclassics. Samir Okasha – – Philosophy of Science 69 1: In this regard, Chapais should be lauded for his labors and for an extremely stimulating read. How pair bonding gave birth to human society”‘. Chapais’ thesis urges us to consider very carefully why humans are so different.
Request removal from index. Harvard University Press, Checking Lynn Carol MillerWilliam C. It’s that time of year again where I’m finally finishing my textbooks. In this account of the dawn of human society, Bernard Chapais shows that our knowledge about kinship and society in nonhuman primates supports, and informs, ideas first put forward by the distinguished social anthropologist, Claude Levi-Strauss.
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How pair-bonding gave birth to human society. Primeval kinship – how pair-bonding gave birth to human society. His reasoned and careful treatment of the primate data provides considerable food for thought about how and why we have come to be the way we are.
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Search WorldCat Find items in libraries near you. Book ratings by Goodreads. WorldCat is the world’s largest library catalog, helping primecal find library materials online. And perhaps equally important, it is the first book to suggest that the study of kinship and social organization can provide a link between social and biological anthropology.
Kinship Diplomacy in the Ancient World. Many books on kinship have been written by social anthropologists, but Primeval Kinship is the first book dedicated to the evolutionary origins of human kinship.
This book will reignite and reinvigorate discussions of the evolution of primate and human society.