The lost art of observation
My colleagues and I recently listened to a remarkable BBC Radio 4 programme The Life Scientific, which concerned the work of Frans de Waal, a famous Dutch primatologist and ethologist who now resides in Atlanta as a professor at Emory University.
The programme made a huge impression. His research focusing on the behaviour of non-human primates like chimpanzees, bonobos and capuchin monkeys made us humans reconsider some of our fundamental assumptions about what distinguishes human beings...
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