Although I have nothing relative to evolutionary psychology with which to compare, I've thoroughly enjoyed this series of lectures. They aren't bogged down with a lot of technicalities and are easy for those unfamiliar with the subject to follow and understand. Time is taken to explain each area, with anecdotes to illustrate the topic at hand. I thought I would be bored to tears but have found it very enlightening and enjoyable.
The best book I read this year. It is very instructive and well organized. It deals with a lot of sensitive subjects, but in my opinion should be part of mandatory reading in school. I only regret I did not read it before and would gladly recommend it to my friends.
I am a plastic surgeon by profession A father by heart A trader by choice A teacher by passion A child by curiosity
this is an ammazing book that u must read/hear . i will be listening to it again and again , there is so much information that one cannot takein in one read
it has explaind so much to me and made me understand so many things about who we are as humans
no characters , ths is not fiction . this is ammazing reality
know they self
the quetions for the review dont match the book type
I might try another book by the author but I really did not like the narrator.
Anyone with a less obnoxious voice who did not try to over dramatize sentences that did not warrant it.
I do not feel like the story was very coherent or easy to follow.
The first third is a boring philosophical/epistomological historical background of the subject. The rest is mostly about sex, giving us all grand permission to spray it around. What could be better than that?
I blundered into this subject as a wannabe writer looking for insights into human nature. This was pretty good. So were the two Tonny recommended. I also suggest "The Invisible Gorilla"