Author: Gregg, Justin
Ethical issues: scientific & technological developments
Published on 18 January 2024 by Hodder & Stoughton (Hodder Paperback) in the United Kingdom.
Paperback | 320 pages
129 x 197 x 22 | 226g
CHOSEN AS A BOOK OF THE YEAR BY WATERSTONES AND THE TIMES'Nothing less than brilliant' Wall Street Journal'Entertaining and original' Guardian'Accessible and insightful, it's a thought-provoking read' Observer'Highly readable' The TimesWhat's it like to be a bat, a bee, or a bed bug? From narwhals to slugs, Dr Justin Gregg offers a window into the minds of other creatures and debunks many of the myths of human exceptionalism. With the latest research on animal minds and cognitive psychology, he shows us what animal minds can teach us about humanity's shortcomings. Mind-bending, humbling and hilarious, If Nietzsche Were a Narwhal will change how you think about animals, humans, and the meaning of life itself.
'Provides real insight into how we think'Financial Times'Witty and instructive' New Statesman