Discovering and Understanding the Meaning of Primate Signals

British Journal for the Philosophy of Science 37 (4):477-495 (1986)
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This volume, edited by a philosopher and an anthropologist, is a collection of essays on the philosophical implications of laboratory and field research. While neither the best nor the worst of the genre, it is a collection that offers a representative sample of traditional themes. As practicing scientists who view the implications of behavioural research from a somewhat different perspective we offer this critical review



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