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The last part of the book comprises essays by peers who are engaged in the same investigation, who both agree with him and–in some cases–disagree on various points and share their own contentions. He tomaesllo to experiments done with children of various ages from about six months and onward.
Really interesting stuff on humans nahi behavior. Aug 10, Toby rated it it was amazing Shelves: Instead this is a book about very in-depth research on cooperation, especially as it relates to humans and great apes. For Honneth this is the new starting point to develop a theory of reification.
Why We Cooperate
This is the institute that Tomasello works for. Trivia About Why We Cooperate.
If you recognize yourself in the 14 signs below, there is a good chance that you are one. If you want a more in-depth coverage of the evolution of communication, cooperation, altruism, etc.
Through observations of young children in experiments he himself has designed, Tomasello shows that children are naturally–and uniquely–cooperative. Jul 19, Shannon Appelcline rated it liked it Shelves: The third, which we do not share with apes, is informative helping. Really interesting research on the evolution literal of the tendency to cooperate in humans. Fascinating and excellent short read. Tomasello explores cooperation with several different comparisons.
If you read the book, I suggest that you dont skip the Forum where other researchers comment and gives critique to the content and conclussions of the book. None of tomasfllo speculations are wholly empirical, and always abstractly hypothetical. No trivia or quizzes tomzsello. I mostly skimmed it. Includes some fun experiments that people with yr olds should absolutely do with their kids. I found the second part marginally more novel and interesting, largely due to its discussion of the social norms and institutions nai facilitate a shared intentionality.
Apr 11, Heather rated it really liked it. The only problem is, there isn’t much new ground covered here compared to Tomasello’s other work. Alex rated it it was ok Nov 12, Just as I wonder to myself, “Is this worth finishing? Quick read but will make you realize how much of human nature we think we know and take for granted when we are much stranger creatures than we ever consider.
I found the reactions in the second half of the book to be a tomassello better read. Apr 17, Dennis rated it really liked it Aotruisti Chris rated it it was amazing Sep 20, This book is called “Why We Cooperate. This is a short, little book. This book is actually a collection of lectures that Tomasello gave, with some short commentary from other scholars at the end.
While Tomasello makes an excellent and well-supported argument, he’s not arrogant enough to claim that he’s reached the final, eternal solution. Feb 06, C rated it really liked it.
Evolutionary Psychology often seems like a complete pseudo-science once it starts abstracting tomadello before civilization. Comparing humans to chimpanzees, Tomasselo tries to give an evolutionary account for our unique hati of altruistic traits. Stories and Testimonials about Tired of ManipulatorsHello it’s been almost 3 years that I’m with a girl, she is 8 years older than me, At first she was adorable even too much, I’m wary already since the beginning! Refresh and try again.
Tomasello is not as radical as Rousseau, he won’t damn all of civilization, but he’s convinced that we are born mostly altruistic, cooperative, and empathetic i. Want to Read saving…. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Having been piqued by his research I picked up Why We Cooperate which, in only pages, sets out to develop an interesting nsti.
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A glimpse into why human beings cooperate with each other, this book is bolstered by plenty of research. Social selection and the origins of culture. Are we born nasty, and brutish, and hardly concerned with others, or are we born angelic and since fallen from grace due to the evolution of civilization? Alessia Pintore rated it liked it May 25, I don’t think it much matters why we evolved these traits; the real important question is why are we no longer exercising them, and what’s the cause?
He doesn’t speculate much on why humans lose their ability to be altruistic, but he does show nearly conclusively that altruism is innate, and not learned.