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In forty years, the genealogical tree of human evolution has grown so extensively that it now spans six million years. But fossils, the tree of evolution and the story they tell openly challenge all prevailing ideas about evolution; and though they have been shaken, these ideas have barely begun to change. In this book, Pascal Picq examines concrete, existing proof of our origins and then goes on to offer a new view of the human position in the evolutionary process. Pascal Picq is a senior lecturer in paleo-anthropology and prehistory at the Collège de France.
In forty years, the genealogical tree of human evolution has grown so extensively that it now spans six million years.
An accessible, compelling assessment of what has been learned concerning the relationships between the sexes/genders from an evolutionary point of view.
An analysis of natural selection, the evolution of societies, and adaptation to climate and the environment. A different way of looking at history, by questioning what ensures the survival of certain societies facing extreme natural conditions as well as invasions and colonization.
How did our ancestors think? What did they feel? How did they live?
From prehistory to history, descriptions of funeral rituals, known or less so, with first-hand documentation.
A reference work, lavishly illustrated, on one of the most essential subjects in the history of mankind. The author is one of the greatest paleontologists of the time, and a passionate researcher. The domestication of fire is a subject of interest to a wide public.
In this book, Kevin Padian, world-renowned expert on dinosaurs, takes a historical approach to evolution and gives his view of some of the key problems of the theory of evolution