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by Stephen Tomkins

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Author: Stephen Tomkins
ISBN: 0521466768
ISBN13: 978-0521466769
Language: English
Publisher: Cambridge University Press; 2nd edition (July 23, 1998)
Pages: 144
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It covers evolutionary theory, the primates, the human fossil story, the cultural evolution of humans and the origins of agriculture and civilisation

It covers evolutionary theory, the primates, the human fossil story, the cultural evolution of humans and the origins of agriculture and civilisation.

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The picture we have today of human origins is one of slow change in form and character over a very long period.

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The Origins of Humankind gives a concise account of human evolution. It covers evolutionary theory, the primates, the human fossil story, the cultural evolution of humans and the origins of agriculture and civilisation. It begins with an account of the development of ideas about evolution, from pre-Darwinian theories through to the study of molecular evolution, and goes on to give detailed explanations of the physical and evolutionary stages leading to Homo sapiens.
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