WHY MEN BEHAVE LIKE APES AND VICE VERSA by Earnest Albert Hooton

WHY MEN BEHAVE LIKE APES AND VICE VERSA

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Thoroughly captivating, brilliant bad boy of anthropology gives another series of ""lectures-into-book"" on the human race. He shows how the human race is victimized by the machine, declining in a dryrot of idleness, and that we should take measures to create ""fewer and better men, not more morons and machines"". The organism in relation to behaviour; the conditioning of behaviour by language, tradition, environment, or by enthropological factors. A serious book for the student of anthropology -- but no one can educate more entertainingly.

Pub Date: Nov. 15th, 1940
Publisher: Princeton Press