Tag Archives: human behaviour

Observing the unborn baby

There is this brilliant book I pick up from time to time and read with great interest (Nurturing Natures: Attachment and Children’s Emotional Sociocultural and Brain Development, by Graham Music). I was going to read about mirror neurons and got … Continue reading

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Our ecological leanings

“Nature doesn’t really care whether we live or die, so let’s be clear: all of our ecological leanings are self-centered.” ~ Travis Price Ref: p.84 Travis Price (c2006)The Archaeology of Tomorrow: Architecture and the Spirit of Place. Earth Aware: San Rafael, CA

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Manners make us human

Valerie Curtis “argue[s] that, far from being an old-fashioned set of rules about which fork to use, manners are so important that they should be up there with fire and the invention of language as a prime candidate for what … Continue reading

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