Book read The Simian Tongue The Long Debate about Animal Language Author Gregory Radick – doctorio.us
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The Early 1980s After early 1980s after team of ethologists announced that experimental playback showed certain African monkeys to team of ethologists announced that experimental playback showed certain African monkeys to rudimentarily meaningful callsDrawing on newly discovered archival sources and interviews with key scientists Gregory Radick .
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Ere reconstructs the remarkable trajectory of a techniue invented and reinvented to isten in on primate communication Richly documented and powerfully argued The Simian Tongue charts the scientific controversies over the evolution of anguage from
Darwin’s day to our own resurrecting the forgotten debts of psychology anthropology and other behavioralday to our own resurrecting the forgotten debts of psychology anthropology and other behavioral to the Victorian debate about the animal roots of human anguage. ,
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OF EVOLUTION GAINED UNEXPECTED ALLYevolution an unexpected ally Edison phonograph An amateur scientist used the new machine one of technological wonders of the age to record monkey calls play them back to the monkeys and watch their reactions From these soon famous experiments he judged that he had discovered “the simian tongue” made up of words he was beginning to translate and containing the rudiments from.