Homo Deus: A Brief History of Tomorrow (60 page)

BOOK: Homo Deus: A Brief History of Tomorrow

.   Graham Harvey,
Animism: Respecting the Living World
(Kent Town: Wakefield Press, 2005); Rane Willerslev,
Soul Hunters: Hunting, Animism and Personhood Among the Siberian Yukaghirs
(Berkeley: University of California Press, 2007); Elina Helander-Renvall, ‘Animism, Personhood and the Nature of Reality: Sami Perspectives’,
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Current Anthropology
40 (1999), s67–91; N. Bird-David, ‘Animistic Epistemology: Why Some Hunter-Gatherers Do Not Depict Animals’,
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.   Danny Naveh, ‘Changes in the Perception of Animals and Plants with the Shift to Agricultural Life: What Can Be Learnt from the Nayaka Case, a Hunter-Gatherer Society from the Rain Forests of Southern India?’ [in Hebrew],
Animals and Society
, 52 (2015), 7–8.

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.  David Adams Leeming and Margaret Adams Leeming,
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.  Jerome H. Barkow, Leda Cosmides and John Tooby (eds),
The Adapted Mind: Evolutionary Psychology and the Generation of Culture
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Evolutionary Psychology, Public Policy and Personal Decisions
(New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2008); Patrick McNamara and David Trumbull,
An Evolutionary Psychology of Leader–Follower Relations
(New York: Nova Science, 2007); Joseph P. Forgas, Martie G. Haselton and William von Hippel (eds),
Evolution and the Social Mind: Evolutionary Psychology and Social Cognition
(New York: Psychology Press, 2011).

.  S. Held, M. Mendl, C. Devereux and R. W. Byrne, ‘Social Tactics of Pigs in a Competitive Foraging Task: the “Informed Forager” Paradigm’,
Animal Behaviour
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Animal Welfare
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Sus scrofa
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Animal Production
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The Ethology of Domestic Animals
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Animal Cognition
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.  I. Horrell and J. Hodgson, ‘The Bases of Sow–Piglet Identification. 2. Cues Used by Piglets to Identify their Dam and Home Pen’,
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.  M. Helft, ‘Pig Video Arcades Critique Life in the Pen’,
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.  Humane Society of the United States, ‘An HSUS Report: Welfare Issues with Gestation Crates for Pregnant Sows’, February 2013, http://www.humanesociety.org/assets/pdfs/farm/HSUS-Report-on-Gestation-Crates-for-Pregnant-Sows.pdf, retrieved 27 January 2016.

.  Turnbull and Solms,
Brain and the Inner World
, 90–2.

.  David Harel,
Algorithmics: The Spirit of Computers
, 3rd edn [in Hebrew] (Tel Aviv: Open University of Israel, 2001), 4–6; David Berlinski,
The Advent of the Algorithm: The 300-Year Journey from an Idea to the Computer
(San Diego: Harcourt, 2000); Hartley Rogers Jr,
Theory of Recursive Functions and Effective Computability
, 3rd edn (Cambridge, MA, and London: MIT Press, 1992), 1–5; Andreas Blass and Yuri Gurevich, ‘Algorithms: A Quest for Absolute Definitions’,
Bulletin of European Association for Theoretical Computer Science
81 (2003), 195–225.

.  Daniel Kahneman,
Thinking, Fast and Slow
(New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux, 2011); Dan Ariely,
Predictably Irrational
(New York: Harper, 2009).

.  Justin Gregg,
Are Dolphins Really Smart? The Mammal Behind the Myth
(Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013), 81–7; Jaak Panksepp, ‘Affective Consciousness: Core Emotional Feelings in Animals and Humans’,
Consciousness and Cognition
14:1 (2005), 30–80.

.  A. S. Fleming, D. H. O’Day and G. W. Kraemer, ‘Neurobiology of Mother–Infant Interactions: Experience and Central Nervous System Plasticity Across Development and Generations’,
Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews
23:5 (1999), 673–85; K. D. Broad, J. P. Curley and E. B. Keverne, ‘Mother–Infant Bonding and the Evolution of Mammalian Relationship’,
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B
361:1476 (2006), 2199–214; Kazutaka Mogi, Miho Nagasawa and Takefumi Kikusui, ‘Developmental Consequences and Biological Significance of Mother–Infant Bonding’,
Progress in Neuro-Psychopharmacology and Biological Psychiatry
35:5 (2011), 1232–41; Shota Okabe et al., ‘The Importance of Mother–Infant Communication for Social Bond Formation in Mammals’,
Animal Science Journal
83:6 (2012), 446–52.

.  Jean O’Malley Halley,
Boundaries of Touch: Parenting and Adult–Child Intimacy
(Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2007), 50–1; Ann Taylor Allen,
Feminism and Motherhood in Western Europe,
: The Maternal Dilemma
(New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2005), 190.

.  Lucille C. Birnbaum, ‘Behaviorism in the 1920s’,
American Quarterly
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.  US Department of Labor (1929), ‘Infant Care’, Washington: United States Government Printing Office, http://www.mchlibrary.info/history/chbu/3121–1929.pdf.

.  Harry Harlow and Robert Zimmermann, ‘Affectional Responses in the Infant Monkey’,
130:3373 (1959), 421–32; Harry Harlow, ‘The Nature of Love’,
American Psychologist
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American Journal of Psychiatry
130:4 (1973), 400–5; K. D. Broad, J. P. Curley and E. B. Keverne, ‘Mother–Infant Bonding and the Evolution of Mammalian Social Relationships’,
Philosophical Transactions
of the Royal Society B
361:1476 (2006), 2199–214; Florent Pittet et al., ‘Effects of Maternal Experience on Fearfulness and Maternal Behavior in a Precocial Bird’,
Animal Behavior
85:4 (2013), 797–805.

.  Jacques Cauvin,
The Birth of the Gods and the Origins of Agriculture
(Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2000); Tim Ingord, ‘From Trust to Domination: An Alternative History of Human–Animal Relations’, in
Animals and Human Society: Changing Perspectives
, ed. Aubrey Manning and James Serpell (New York: Routledge, 2002), 1–22; Roberta Kalechofsky, ‘Hierarchy, Kinship and Responsibility’, in
A Communion of Subjects: Animals in Religion, Science and Ethics
, ed. Kimberley Patton and Paul Waldau (New York: Columbia University Press, 2006), 91–102; Nerissa Russell,
Social Zooarchaeology: Humans and Animals in Prehistory
(Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2012), 207–58; Margo DeMello,
Animals and Society: An Introduction to Human–Animal Studies
(New York: University of Columbia Press, 2012).

.  Olivia Lang, ‘Hindu Sacrifice of 250,000 Animals Begins’,
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.  Benjamin R. Foster (ed.),
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(New York, London: W. W. Norton, 2001), 90.

.  Noah J. Cohen,
Tsa’ar Ba’ale Hayim: Prevention of Cruelty to Animals: Its Bases, Development and Legislation in Hebrew Literature
(Jerusalem and New York: Feldheim Publishers, 1976); Roberta Kalechofsky,
Judaism and Animal Rights: Classical and Contemporary Responses
(Marblehead: Micah Publications, 1992); Dan Cohen-Sherbok, ‘Hope for the Animal Kingdom: A Jewish Vision’, in
A Communion of Subjects: Animals in Religion, Science and Ethics
, ed. Kimberley Patton and Paul Waldau (New York: Columbia University Press, 2006), 81–90; Ze’ev Levi, ‘Ethical Issues of Animal Welfare in Jewish Thought’, in
Judaism and Environmental Ethics: A Reader
, ed. Martin D. Yaffe (Plymouth: Lexington, 2001), 321– 32; Norm Phelps,
The Dominion of Love: Animal Rights According to the Bible
(New York: Lantern Books, 2002); David Sears,
The Vision of Eden: Animal Welfare and Vegetarianism in Jewish Law Mysticism
(Spring Valley: Orot, 2003); Nosson Slifkin,
Man and Beast: Our Relationships with Animals in Jewish Law and Thought
(New York: Lambda, 2006).

.  Talmud Bavli, Bava Metzia, 85:71.

.  Christopher Chapple,
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(New York: State University of New York Press, 1993); Panchor Prime,
Hinduism and Ecology: Seeds of Truth
(London: Cassell, 1992); Christopher Key Chapple, ‘The Living Cosmos of Jainism: A Traditional Science Grounded in Environmental Ethics’,
130:4 (2001), 207–24; Norm Phelps,
The Great Compassion: Buddhism and Animal Rights
(New York: Lantern Books, 2004); Damien Keown,
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(Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2005), ch. 3; Kimberley Patton and Paul Waldau (eds),
A Communion of Subjects: Animals in Religion, Science and Ethics
(New York: Columbia University Press, 2006), esp. 179–250; Pragati Sahni,
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(New York: Routledge, 2008); Lisa Kemmerer and Anthony J. Nocella II (eds),
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(New York: Lantern, 2011), esp. 15–103; Lisa Kemmerer,
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(Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012), esp. 56–126; Irina Aristarkhova, ‘Thou Shall Not Harm All Living Beings: Feminism, Jainism and Animals’,
27:3 (2012), 636–50; Eva de Clercq, ‘Karman and Compassion: Animals in the Jain Universal History’,
Religions of South Asia
7 (2013), 141–57.

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