7 edition of Rogue primate found in the catalog.
|Statement||John A. Livingston.|
|LC Classifications||GF75 .L59 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 229 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||229|
|LC Control Number||94156385|
Rogue Primate: Challenge and Opportunity: Canada's Community Colleges at the Crossroads. Edited by John D. Dennison. UBC Press, , ISBN: Reviewed by Glen A. Jones. It is difficult to overstate John Dennison's contribution to our understanding of Canada's community colleges. The author of more than seventy published papers. 3. Slow Loris by Alexis Deacon. I had to look it up, but I was thrilled to learn that a slow loris is a primate, allowing me to include this unique book in my list.
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Rogue Primate came out in and won the Governor General’s Award for non-fiction. It was a surprise to him and to all who knew his works, because the book questioned not just our homocentric presumptuousness, but also the misguided cultural and religious values . John Allen Livingston (Novem – Janu ) was a Canadian naturalist, broadcaster, author, and was most known as the voice-over of the Hinterland Who's Who series of television zoological shorts in the s.. Born in Hamilton, Ontario, he enlisted in the Royal Canadian Navy at the beginning of World War II and earned a degree in English literature in while.
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Rogue Primate book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Winner of the Governor General's Award If you buy only one book /5. Rogue Primate: An Exploration of Human Domestication is a provocative book wherein John Livingston challenges most conventional ideas about the relationship between humans and the natural world.
-- Midwest Book Review/5(7). This Canadian naturalist's polemic shows humanity as abandoning a holistic natural order for a self-centered life as a rogue species. Humanity's initial step toward separating itself from wild nature was, in effect, to remake itself into the first domesticated species, argues Livingston (Environmental Studies/York University, Ontario; One Cosmic Instant,etc.).Author: John A.
Livingston. ROGUE PRIMATE: An Exploration of Human Domestication User Review - Kirkus. This Canadian naturalist's polemic shows humanity as abandoning a holistic natural order for a self-centered life as a rogue species. Humanity's initial step toward separating itself from wild nature Read full review.
In Rogue Primate, Livingston discussed the boo-boos of human history, and contemplated the possibility of undoing them. Many thinkers have concluded that agriculture or civilization was the start of our downfall.
Livingston believed that the stage for disaster was set long before that, when we invented magical thinking/5(6). In his remarkable book Rogue Primate, the late Canadian naturalist John Livingston argued that humans have domesticated ourselves, possibly because our species appears to have all the qualities needed for easy domestication: docility and tractability, a pliable or weak will, susceptibility to dependence, insecurity, adaptability to.
John A. Livingston is the author of Rogue Primate ( avg rating, 42 ratings, 3 reviews, published ), The John A. Livingston Reader ( avg ratin /5. Get this from a library. Rogue primate: an exploration of human domestication. [John A Livingston] -- "This thoughtful and provocative book, winner of Canada's prestigious Governor-General's award inchallenges many conventional ideas about the complex and unique relationship between humans and.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Livingston, John A. Rogue primate. Toronto: Key Porter Books, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book. This Canadian naturalist's polemic shows humanity as abandoning a holistic natural order for a self-centered life as a rogue species.
Humanity's initial step toward separating itself from wild nature was, in effect, to remake itself into the first domesticated species, argues Livingston (Environmental Studies/York University, Ontario; One Cosmic Instant,etc.). Nevertheless, Rogue Primate is a stimulating, challenging book, one that will make you see your beliefs in a new light.
This can be a painful process, as Livingston eloquently admits: This can be a painful process, as Livingston eloquently admits. Rogue Primate Lives On Radio news is interrupted with a series of beeps warning of quick-coming stormy weather.
I drop everything and look out the window skyward. In a minute, I’m garbed up in rain gear. The door slams itself behind my rush. This is the moment I’ve been planning; still a naturalness guides what’s.
Rogue Primate opens with a bang: “What humans have visited upon this planet may legitimately be seen as an ecospheric holocaust.” Livingston’s views on the damage perpetrated by human beings — rogue primates, as he calls us — are as extreme as those of the staunchest Green activist.
Yet Rogue Primate isn’t an eco rant. Livingstone. In Rogue Primate, Livingston discussed the boo-boos of human history, and contemplated the possibility of undoing them. Many thinkers have concluded that agriculture or civilization was the start of our downfall.
Livingston believed that the stage for disaster was set long before that, when we invented magical thinking/5(2). Rogue Primate: The Skillful Teacher.
Stephen D. Brookfield. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, Reviewed by W. Richard Bond. Summary. There is an interesting preface to this book which has been written very much on a personal note by the author in which he states that the book is, in fact, a survival manual to help college teachers work their.
One integral aspect of our cultural conditioning which is commonly overlooked is our view of other life around us, Nature.
This page is a largely a summary of the key parts of Rogue Primate by John Livingston, particularly the chapter "Nature's Marketplace", and some of "Other Selves". Our view of Nature is far more significant than it would seem.
“If you read only one book this decade, let it be 'Rogue Primate.'” ~ Toronto Star newspaper Pictured above is a Cabela’s sporting goods entry room, displaying trophy animals in taxidermy — the potential rewards of buying their weapons and hunting/trapping/hounding gear.
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Monkeys kill AGAIN in India as rogue primate chases a woman off a roof to her death while she was hanging out washing. Jayanti Swain, 45. Canadian naturalist, environmental filmmaker (with David Suzuki) and retired Environmental Studies professor John Livingston’s psychological and phenomenological review of man’s relationship with nature, Rogue Primate, presages the flurry of subsequent studies on this topic, but besides a Governor General’s award did not net him much.
Monkeys kill AGAIN in India as rogue primate chases a woman off a roof to her death while she was hanging out washing Jayanti Swain, 45, was heard shrieking during the attack by the primate She panicked and tried to escape but was found outside on the ground Ms Swain was rushed to hospital where [ ].Welcome to our online library.
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