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Hoe dieren denken by Virginia Morell

PDF, EPUB, MOBI, TXT, DOC Hoe dieren denken Dieren hebben verstand Ze hebben hersenen en gebruiken die net als wij om de wereld te ervaren om te denken en te voelen en om de problemen op te lossen waarmee ze worden geconfronteerd Net als wij hebben ze een persoonlijkheid Ze hebben stemmingen en emoties ze lachen en spelen Sommige dieren rouwen en tonen empathie hebben zelfbesef en zijn zich hoogstwaarschijnlijk bewust van hun handelingen en bedoelingen .

De afgelopen jaren is de kennis over het bewustzijn van dieren spectaculair toegenomen Zo ontdekten wetenschappers dat walvissen niet alleen met elkaar communiceren maar bovendien accenten en regionale dialecten hebben Vissen gebruiken gereedschappen eekhoorns adopteren wezen honingbijen maken plannen schapen kunnen zich gezichten herinneren ratten voelen elkaars pijn Olifanten herkennen zichzelf in een spiegel kraaien kunnen instrumenten uitvinden en er zijn honden met een woordenschat van meer dan duizend woorden .

In Hoe dieren denken beschrijft Virginia Morell de geestelijke en emotionele wereld van dieren van insecten tot papegaaien van vissen tot olifanten en van chimpansees tot dolfijnen en wolven Ze beschrijft daarbij ook de ervaringen en de morele dilemma s van de onderzoekers die zich concentreren op vermogens als geheugen gevoelens persoonlijkheid en zelfbewustzijn eigenschappen waarvan velen nog tot ver in de twintigste eeuw het idee hadden dat ze uniek waren voor de mens

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