Wild Minds: What Animals Really Think

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Do animals think? Can they count? Do they have emotions? Do they feel anger, frustration, hurt or sorrow? Are they bound by any moral code? "Wild Minds" provides authoritative answers to these long-standing questions. Marc Hauser, a scientist in the field of animal cognition, uses insights from evolutionary theory and cognitive science to examine animal thought. Treating animals as neither machines devoid of feeling nor as extensions of humans, but as independant beings driven by their own complex impulses, Hauser's work ...

Wild Minds: What Animals Really Think 2002, Penguin Books Ltd, London

ISBN-13: 9780141007182

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Wild Minds: What Animals Really Think 2001, Holt McDougal, New York

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Wild Minds: What Animals Really Think 2001, Penguin Books Ltd, London

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Wild Minds: What Animals Really Think 2000, Henry Holt & Company, New York

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Wild Minds: What Animals Really Think 2000, Allen Lane, London

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