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About the Author: Desmond Morris

Desmond John Morris is most famous for his work as a zoologist and ethologist, but is also known as a surrealist artist and author.

10 thoughts on “The Naked Ape: A Zoologist's Study of the Human Animal

  1. Zanna Zanna says:

    Morris makes a great song and dance about the outrage with which his book was first received Why are people so resistant to contemplating, in the cool light of scientific objectivity , their animal nature , he asks However, Morris claim to neutrality is highly suspect he urges us to learn from and accept the picture he presents of human beings, sayinghomo sapiens has remained a naked

  2. Erik Graff Erik Graff says:

    This was one of the most upsetting books I have ever read Fifteen years of age, I approached Morris with a vague, general interest in animals, i.e zoology His book was popular and available in the Park Ridge public library where I read it.Fifteen and never been kissed Well, that is not quite true In first grade I was kissed by Lisa That happened in her garage up Butte Lane from our house in th

  3. Becca Becca says:

    People are animals Our behavior has evolutionary roots even many behaviors we define as cultural have their basis in our prehistoric dog eat dog, survival of the sexiest past.There, that s the thesis perfectly sound and very interesting The book falls apart in the details though sweeping generalizations and odd assumptions about sexual behavior and gender roles and cultural supremacy without any suppor

  4. notgettingenough notgettingenough says:

    I spent a year in Marbury, a non authoritarian school modelled on Summerhill It was all too weird for words Next time any of you wonder why I don t know what continent Spain is in, or why places that are further away have times that are closer orkeep in mind that my geography text book for the year was The Naked Ape Well, I say it was that sort of school like it s to blame for my appalling ignorance of geograph

  5. Facehannah Facehannah says:

    The Naked Ape is my favourite book, ever If The Naked Ape was a person I would marry it in a heartbeat under whatever terms it wished, and I would bethan happy to give my body over to producing as many of its children as I could because a book like this deserves to bear childrenthan most of us do Desmond Morris is an Anthropologist, and the person that made me decide that I, too, would like very much to be an Anthropolo

  6. Ronald Wise Ronald Wise says:

    Reading this book again after 37 years, I was pleasantly surprised at the relevant impact this book still has Perhaps reading it after nearly four decades of experience as a member of its target species,points in it seemed to ring true There are probably some aspects of this book which have been called into question by subsequent research findings, but in general the materials on the human evolutionary biology and psychology I v

  7. Matthew Matthew says:

    Desmond Morris The Naked Ape is not a quality book for individuals seeking to understand the nature of modern evolutionary psychology Morris work is notable only for being a historical perspective into the origins of a discipline which has since his book taken on a dynamic and vibrant academic life If one can manage to make it past some of the glaring errors in his work at one point he suggests that women evolved a trait because it was e

  8. Tanja Berg Tanja Berg says:

    When I stumbled across this book last week and promptly down loaded it to my kindle, I did not realize it had been first published in 1967 Some of the views are decidedly antiquated For example that men go to work in attempt to satisfy the hunting urge together with other men, while women stay at home and take care of the children In most of the Scandinavian countries, as large a percentage of women as men are now an active part of the work force

  9. reed reed says:

    This book astonished people 40 years ago and inspired all that psuedo scientific men are hunters, women are gatherers crap, or so I m told It s aged badly The author comes across as pretty full of himself he thinks his way of analyzing human behavior from a zoological perspective raises him above bias, but he s amusingly unaware of his own biases misogyny, homophobia, and anti psychiatry, to name a few.It s still got some interesting parts, I guess, but I

  10. Nandakishore Varma Nandakishore Varma says:

    This is one of those iconic books which once read, are never forgotten I think many of Morris s observations based solely on anthropology have been debunked by scientists in related fields but after reading this book, I can see mankind only as monkeys without fur

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