Altruisti nati. Perché cooperiamo fin da piccoli by Michael Tomasello and a great selection of similar Used, New and Collectible Books available now at. Altruisti nati. Perché cooperiamo fin da piccoli Copertina flessibile – 13 mag Michael Tomasello Bollati Boringhieri PSICOLOGIA. Michael Tomasello (Bartow, 18 gennaio ) è uno psicologo statunitense. Attualmente Storia naturale della morale umana, Tomasello Michael, , Raffaello Cortina Editore; Altruisti nati. Perché cooperiamo fin da piccoli, Tomasello.
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This book is called “Why We Cooperate. If you want a more in-depth coverag This book has a lofty goal — explaining how human altruism and cooperativeness developed, given that our closest relatives in the animal kingdom aren’t altruistic or cooperative — but only manages to barely skim the surface of the issue. Really interesting stuff on humans social behavior. Either way, cooperation emerges as a distinctly human combination of innate and learned behavior.
In order to quell doubts that Tomasello isn’t painting a romantic picture of human-beings, he conducts the exact same studies on chimpanzees. If you recognize yourself in the 14 signs below, there is a good chance that you are one. Tomasello has written a short, sweet technical introduction to his theory of cooperation, which is a pretty hot topic in cognitive circles these days. Intended for an academic rather than a mainstream audience. Especially pushes back on jaded and cynical views of human nature when one considers we are by far the most cooperative animal we know of so far.
Aug 10, Toby rated it it was amazing Shelves: I once abandoned a fiction book after the author closed a chapter with this line: Andy rated it really liked it Jun 22, Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.
It is an attempt to explain what tree thinking or analog thought is about linear or sequential thinking. He compares research on children to that of other primates, who don’t seem to be nearly as prone to help one another. Through observations of young children in experiments he himself has designed, Tomasello shows that children are naturally–and un Understanding cooperation as a distinctly human combination of innate and learned behavior.
I will not pretend that I have any fundamentally new answers to this, one of the most fundamental questions in all of the social sciences: I put this book on my wishlist because I attended a lecture on this topic by Tomasello a while ago.
But his desire for love, his idealistic side will often push him beyond. This is the institute that Tomasello works for.
Outlines some great research with infants and apes in regards to cooperation and altruism. It didn’t really explain the “why ” and it discounted non-human primates too much. View all 10 comments.
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Gabriel Labbe rated it really liked it Oct 08, 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.
Hypersensitivity, a vast subject: A glimpse into why human beings cooperate with each other, this book is bolstered by plenty of research. Published October 1st by Mit Press first published otmasello 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.
While Tomasello makes an excellent and well-supported argument, romasello not arrogant enough to claim that he’s reached the final, eternal solution. That’s worth a note, I think. Although they’re not completely unconcerned, their ability to share, and conduct altruistic a,truisti, is far less prominent than humans.
Why We Cooperate
Live better and manage your hypersensitivity and emotions Are you an “Indigo Child”? But before, you may want to know what an indigo Really interesting research on the evolution literal of the tendency to cooperate in humans. The book benefits from comments from other scientists at the end on the points on which they concur and differ from Tomasello.
Apr 11, Heather rated it really liked it.
Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. If anything is learned over time, it’s how NOT to be altruistic. Instead this is a book about very in-depth research on cooperation, especially as it relates to humans and great apes. 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? Based on a series of lectures that the author gave at Stanford University inthis tiny volume explores two key ideas: Why We Cooperate by Michael Tomasello.
Open Preview See a Problem? How to analyze the famous saying ‘Am I fleeing you, flee me I am you’ in all your relationships? There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Put through similar experiments, for example, apes demonstrate the ability to work together and share, but choose not to. Gomasello life is made of “contrast” between what we call “good” and “bad”, “negative” and “positive”, what we like and what we do not like.
Just as I wonder to myself, “Is this worth finishing? Flee me I follow you, follow me I flee: