HUMAN EVOLUTION, LANGUAGE AND MIND

Product code: BK373
HUMAN EVOLUTION, LANGUAGE AND MIND

HUMAN EVOLUTION, LANGUAGE AND MIND

Product code: BK373
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HUMAN EVOLUTION, LANGUAGE AND MIND - A psychological and archaeological inquiry - The question of how modern human behaviour emerged from pre-human hominid behaviour is central to discussions of human evolution. This important book argues that the capacity to use signs in a symbolic way, identified by the authors as language, is the basis for behaviour that can be described as human. The book is the product of a unique collaboration between the key disciplines in the debate about human evolution and mentality - psychology and archaeology. It examines the significance and nature of the emergence of linguistic behaviour.

Condition: Good - Authors: William Noble and Iain Davidson - Publisher: Cambridge University Press - Pages: 272 - Paperback

 

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