How War Began

699,- Kč

Autor: Keith F. Otterbein
Strany: 292
ISBN: 9781585443307
Paperback

Obsah
Have humans always fought and killed each other, or did they peacefully coexist until organized states developed? Is war an expression of human nature or an artifact of civilization? Questions about the origins and inherent motivations of warfare have long engaged philosophers, ethicists, and anthropologists as they speculate on the nature of human existence.
In How War Began, author Keith F. Otterbein draws on primate behavior research, archaeological research, and data gathered from the Human Relations Area Files to argue for two separate origins. He identifies two types of military organization: one that developed two million years ago at the dawn of humankind, wherever groups of hunters met, and a second that developed some five thousand years ago, in four identifiable regions, when the first states arose and proceeded to embark upon military conquests.

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  • Kód: 9781585443307
  • Výrobce: Texas A&M University Press


Tento produkt byl přidán dne Úterý 21. říjen 2008.

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