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The bottom line, then, is that while Hegel arguably fails to ground his own metaphysics and establish its superiority to all possible competitors, and while the descriptions of the development of mindedness that he generates may suffer from tendentiousness and insufficient attention to mechanisms, it is also the case that his developmental-cognitive ethology may be worthy of attention in offering some descriptive illumination of the development of mind-in-nature, regardless of metaphysics, and regardless of whether it either must do so, as Hegel tendentiously argues, or could not possibly do so, as contemporary physicalism tendentiously urges.
Because ethology is an integrative field it also bears the marks of other evolutionary theories to be discussed in subsequent sections.
Once travel ended European provincialism, opening the comparative fields of ethology and anthropology, man could not be the same.
Attend Christmas party in Chester of company called Equine Ethology, for whom I do some work.
In Chapter 1, Glenn surveys literature in fields such as ethology and psychology, reviewing the finding that laughter is far more likely to occur in the company of others.
Burkhardt on "Konrad Lorenz and Niko Tinbergen: The Science and Politics of the Founding of Ethology, 1930-1973," Rebstock 215, Washington University, 4 p.
Eclipsed by Behaviorism and classical ethology, mentalistic anthropomorphism has undergone a r Skinner's reasons for rejecting anthropomorphism remain valid today.
In college, I switched my focus from art to wildlife research-ethology--the study of animals in their natural habitat, after reading, among other things, King Solomon's Ring, by Konrad Lorenz, the "father" of ethology.
Ethology of Efferia varipes with comments on species coexistence (Diptera: Asilidae).
Bowlby (1969/1982) derived the empirical documentation for his theory primarily from ethology, the study of social behavior in other non-human species, and supplemented these data with findings from experimental and developmental psychology and neurophysiology.
Clark takes the most recent data from disparate fields--paleontology, primatology, ethology, genetics, neurosciences, physiology, anthropology, linguistics, ecological psychology, archaeology, mythology, fine arts, history and conflict resolution--and weaves them together with clarifying anecdotes and thought-provoking images to challenge outmoded Western beliefs with hopeful new insights.
Danielopolu", Bucharest, Romania Carmen Strungaru Department of Animal Physiology, Biophysics, and Ethology Faculty of Biology, University of Bucharest Wulf Schiefenhovel Department of Behavioral Studies, Max Planck Institute Andechs, Germany