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  • Nombre del audiolibro: From Hand to Mouth: The Origins of Language
  • Autor del audiolibroMichael C. Corballis
  • Fecha de publicación: 15/11/2002
  • IdiomaInglés
  • Género o ColecciónFilología
  • ISBN: 9780691116730
  • Valoración del audiolibro: 9.53 de un máximo de 10
  • Votos: 631
  • Autor(a) de la reseña: Donaciana Ianito
  • Reseña valorada con una puntuación de 7.49 de un máximo de 10
  • Fecha reseña: 25/7/2018
  • Duración: 3 horas con 17 minutos (128.5 MB)
  • Fecha creación del audiolibro: 05/07/2018
  • Puedes escuchar el audiolibro en estos formatos: MPEG-4 ALS - OPUS - WavPack - MPEG4 - FLAC - WAV - WMA - MP3 (compresión ZIP - ALZ - RAR - CPIO - 7Z)
  • Incluye un resumen PDF de 27 páginas
  • Duración del resumen (audio): 19 minutos (13.5 MB)
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  • Encuadernación del libro físico: Tapa Blanda
  • Descripción o resumen: "A lively and well constructed read that bravely tackles head-on the tough question of where language came from. Corballis intriguingly concludes that this unique human property has gestural rather than vocal origins; and along the way he explores numerous fascinating byways that make this a must read for everyone interested in how humans became the extraordinary creatures they are."-Ian Tattersall, American Museum of Natural History, author of "Extinct Humans and The Fossil Trail" "Michael Corballis has accomplished a Herculean task. Reviewing and synthesizing data from a range of disciplines, he has woven it all into a book that is at once enjoyable and easy to read and yet faithful to the complexity of the subject matter. While this is admittedly a provocative work, the author has marshaled considerable evidence in support of his thesis. Indeed, he has done all of us a great service by raising the level of discussion surrounding this controversial topic. This is no small accomplishment."-Sherman Wilcox, University of New Mexico, General Editor, "Evolution of Communication" "A fascinating journey along the evolutionary path that 'converted us from wild gesticulators to smooth talkers.' On the path we pass our ape-like ancestors, the change to bipedalism, increase in brain size, gestures, the anatomical requirements for vocalization, and finally the spoken language."-Lewis Wolpert, University College London

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