Emory University primatologist Frans de Waal engagingly blends anthropology, sociology, and philosophy to support his long-held claim that our sense of morality has much more in common with other animals than most of us might imagine. Topics discussed include "veneer theory", "one-on-one morality", "community concern", the roots of religion, future research avenues, and much more. Suitable for introductory to advanced-level students in anthropology, sociology, philosophy, religious studies, this conversation includes 8 video chapters of 5-10 minutes each, an introductory essay, and 16 pedagogical questions.
Author: Ideas Roadshow
Student Cost $4
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