by Leon Niemoczynski, Stephanie Theodorou
Publisher: LivingBooksAboutLife.org 2017
Number of pages: 174
This 'living' book about life explores the nature and meaning of the emotional lives of nonhuman animals, focusing on how those lives are communicated to other living creatures (such as human beings) via affective states. By examining the emotional lives of animals and how they are communicated, we hope to re-examine how human beings interact with, and relate to, other living creatures that are capable of experiencing emotional lives.
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