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Early humans, in their characteristic large groups of 150 or so, would have had to spend almost half their time in mutual grooming. Instead, Professor Robin Dunbar argues, they evolved a more efficient mechanism: language.

Type

Book

Publisher

Faber & Faber

Publication Date

07/04/2011

Total pages

240

Keywords

Language Arts & Disciplines