Ape, man, apeman : changing views since 1600 / evaluative proceedings of the symposium, Ape, Man, Apeman : Changing Views since 1600, Leiden, the Netherlands, 28 June - 1 July, 1993 / edited by Raymond Corbey and Bert Theunissen.
By: Corbey, Raymond
Contributor(s): Theunissen, BertLanguage: English Publisher: Leiden : Leiden University, Department of Prehistory, 1995.Description: [vii], 411 p.. : ill. ; 29 cm.ISBN: 9073368057
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Includes bibliographical references.
Introduction: missing links or the ape's place in literature / R. Corbey; I, Interpreting apes. Pithekos to Pithecanthropus / Frank Spencer; Traditional Islamic views of apes and monkeys / R. Kruk; Reforging the great chain of being: the medieval discussion of the human status of pygmies and its influence on Edward Tyson / J.M.M.H. Thijssen; Tyson's pygmy: the orang-outang and Augustan satyr / Richard Nash; Missing link, chain of being, ape and man in the enlightenment / Frank Dougherty; Monboddo's orang outang and the definition of man / Alan Barnard; Enlightening apes: 18th century speculation and current experiments on linguistic competence / R. Wokler; Les singes de Lamarck / G. Barsanti; La question du singe et l'ordre des primates à la Société d'Anthropologie de Paris (1865-1870) / C. Blanckaert; II, Apish ancestors. Portrait de l'ancêtre en singe / W. Stoczkowski; Idées sur l'origine animale de l'homme en France au XIXe siècle / Goulven Laurent; "Policing the boundary"? Continuity of discussions in 19th and 20th century palaeoanthropology / W. Roebroeks; The quest for natural man / G. Verweij; The geography of extinction: biogeography and the expulsion of "Ape man" from human ancestry in the early 20th century / Peter J. Bowler; In search of perfection: the creation of a missing link / Piet de Rooy; Exhibiting Homo erectus in 1993 / Mary Bouquet; Human palaeontology and the evolutionary synthesis during the decade 1950-1960 / R.G. Delisle; The meaning of Homo sapiens / M. Chazan; "People like us": the concept of the anatomically modern human / Tim Ingold; III, Ethnozoology, apelore, ape imagery. Local understandings of primates & evolution: some Mende beliefs concerning chimpanzees / Paul Richards; Représentations traditionnelles du chimpanzé en Côte d'Ivoire / F. Joulian; Forest men and man: the evolution of civilised assertiveness / H.D. Rijksen; Representations of the monkey (saru) in Japanese culture / E. Ohnuki-Tierney; Of monkeys and men: cultural views in Japan and the west / Pamela J. Asquith; European apelore in popular prints, 17th-19th centuries / J. Rooijakkers; From satyr to ape: a scandalous sculpture in Paris / A. & J. Ducros; Apes imagined: the political ecology of animal symbolism / J.N. Pieterse; IV, Apes and ethics. Cannibals and kings / Marina Warner; The great ape project / P. Cavalieri, Peter Singer; On declaring non-human primate rights / I. Spruit; What apes teach us about ethics / T. de Cock Buning; Riding on the backs of apes / V. & J. Reynolds; Post scriptum / B. Theunissen.
Some articles in French.