How To Pass As Human
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|Author||: Nic Kelman|
|Editor||: Dark Horse Comics|
How To Pass As Human is an attempt on the part of the world's first android to understand the irrational, unpredictable, eclectic creatures known as human beings. Written in the form of a field guide, Android Zero (aka Zach') has compiled a variety of useful information for future androids. Along the way, he also attempts to solve the mystery of his own creation with the help of Andrea, a human female who has taken an interest in him that may be more than friendly, and eventually leading him to 'meet his maker' and discover the surprising purpose of his existence.'
|Author||: Graham Moffat,Billy Dickson|
|Editor||: Hachette UK|
Get your best grade with this SQA endorsed guide to Higher Human Biology for CfE. This book contains all the advice and support you need to revise successfully for your Higher (for CfE) exam. It combines an overview of the course syllabus with advice from a top expert on how to improve exam performance, so you have the best chance of success. - Refresh your knowledge with complete course notes - Prepare for the exam with top tips and hints on revision techniques - Get your best grade with advice on how to gain those vital extra marks
|Author||: Abraham Harold Maslow|
|Editor||: New York : Viking Press|
Papers on health, creativeness, values, education, society, cognition, metamotivation as well as psychology of being.
|Author||: Hans Glinz|
|Author||: V. Gregory Payne,Larry David Isaacs|
|Editor||: McGraw-Hill Humanities, Social Sciences & World Languages|
This topically organized text provides a comprehensive introduction to lifespan motor development and includes the most current research findings available in the field.
|Author||: Paul Mellars,Kathleen Rita Gibson|
|Editor||: David Brown Book Company|
A volume of papers from a conference held by the McDonald Institute in Cambridge, 1993. The aim of the conference was to address key issues in the development of intelligence and cognitive capacities though the course of human evolution. It did this by invoking theoretical perspectives from a broad range of relevant disciplines - psychology, ethology and primate behaviour, neurology, child development, artificial intelligence and, of course, archaeology. The volume contains the papers presented at the conference, revised and updated in the light of post-conference discussions. It provides the most comprehensive review available of current approaches to 'modelling' the evolution of intelligence and congnition in early human popoulations. Seventeen papers by Colin Renfrew, Richard W. Byrne, Robert A. Foley, Steven Mithen, J. A. J. Gowlett, Frederic Joulian, James Russell, Christopher Longuet-Higgins, David Erdal, Andrew Whiten, P. C. Lee, Peter G. Grossenbacher, K. A. Robson Brown, Leslie C. Aiello, Elizabeth Whitcombe, Angela C. Roberts, Peter Collins and Trevor W. Robbins.
|Author||: Richard Gotshalk|
|Editor||: University Press of Amer|
Why does Plato write dialogues? Why more than one? The Temporality of Human Excellence begins with a brief introductory consideration of these questions, and concludes with a suggestion about two things: the intent of his use of this form, and the manner of its concrete realization in a set of two dozen or so dialogues. Taking up each dialogue as a separate drama, the reading seeks to focus attention on how each, by its characters, their interplay and conversation, and the apparent lack of positive issue to the discussion they engage in, contributes to a sketch of human excellence as a complex power developed and grown into as consummation in the maturing, over time, of a human being.
|Author||: Harvey Highbaugh|
|Author||: William Hardy McNeill|