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10 thoughts on “The Intimate Bond

  1. says:

    This book is a history of the relationship between animals and humans It's good to be reminded of this relations

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    This isn’t a bad book in terms of examining the relationship between humans and animals and their impact on us as long as you’re talking about the positive impact The impact on health of close contact with animals leading to zoonotic illnesses is skipped entirely though and domesticationfarming is generally painted as an unambiguously good thing Not that Fagan is wrong in saying that animals have impacted us for the

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    The research is not as deep as claimed check the notes consider the episodic character of the narrative I will keep the book for reference as it identifies some main lines to consider in the historic relationships of humankind and domestic ani

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    The Intimate Bond is an introductory text that takes a look at the historical relationship between humans and animals Fagan deals mostly with the domestication and uses of wolvesdogs sheep goats pigs cattle donkeys horses and camels Each chap

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    I received The Intimate Bond How Animals Shaped Human History for free through Goodreads First ReadsIntimate bond is written purely historical on how our interactions with animals was there since the beginning of time and the affect of the 'interact' have shape the way we live todayFagan gave great numbers of examples in

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    The author takes us through a historical journey that connects us with other animal species At times funny fascinating and e

  7. says:

    An interesting informative read about the role that animals have played in human history over many many years I came into this book thinking it would be mainly about household pets with some other animal references too but

  8. says:

    I recently received Brian Fagan's The Intimate Bond How Animals Shaped Human History for free through Goodreads First Reads I eagerly read this in one day This is a must read for history fanatics and animal lovers The aut

  9. says:

    I received this book through the First Reads program It's not the kind of book I generally pick up to read but I have to say

  10. says:

    A concise history from prehistory to the modern era of how the often barbaric and violent yet interdependent relationship between animals and humans evolved Informative insightful and interesting

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P and found companionship to empires built on the backs of horses donkeys and camels to the industrial age when some animals became commodities often brutally exploited and others became pets nurtured and pampered sometimes to absurd extremesThrough an in depth analysis of six truly transformative human animal relationships Fagan shows how our habits and our very way of life were considerably and irreversibly altered by our I received The Intimate Bond How Animals Shaped Human History for free through Goodreads First ReadsIntimate bond is written purely historical on how our interactions with animals was there since the beginning of time and the affect of the interact have shape the way we live todayFagan gave great numbers of examples in the book likethe donkey bulls and horses In the book he describes what the animal was used for how they lived and sometimes comes with a historical event that involves that particular animal I have to say it was interesting and a wonderful learning experience I did find some animals interesting then others but that s my personal opinion One thing I disagree with Fagan is pg 9 he said A successful hunt that ended in a kill was thought of as proof of friendly relations between the hunter and his uarry which willingly allowed itself to be killed I believe every animal insects and human beings first instinct is to survive The Numbers Game relationships Fagan shows how our habits and our very way of life were considerably and irreversibly altered by our I Tall man riding. received The Intimate Bond How Animals Shaped Human History for free through Goodreads First ReadsIntimate bond is written purely historical on how our interactions with animals was there since the beginning of time and the affect of the interact have shape the way we live todayFagan gave great numbers of examples in the book likethe donkey bulls and horses In the book he describes what the animal was used for how they lived and sometimes comes with a historical event that involves that particular animal I have to say it was interesting and a wonderful learning experience I did find some animals interesting then others but that s my personal opinion One thing I disagree with Fagan is pg 9 he said A successful hunt that ended in a kill was thought of as proof of friendly The 7 Components of Transformative Organizing Theory relations between the hunter and his uarry which willingly allowed itself to be killed I believe every animal insects and human beings first instinct is to survive

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The Intimate Bond

Intimate bond with animals Among other stories Fagan explores how herding changed human behavior; how the humble donkey helped launch the process of globalization; and how the horse carried a hearty band of nomads across the world and toppled the emperor of ChinaWith characteristic care and penetrating insight Fagan reveals the profound influence that animals have exercised on human history and how in fact they often drove i An interesting informative read about the role that animals have played in human history over many many years I came into this book thinking it would be mainly about household pets with some other animal references too but soon found learned all that animals have done for us over the years Sheep oxen cattle pigs horses camels and so many animals have helped us survive Animals allowed us to easily move around build cities farm and fight wars At times it was a little dull but other parts were very interesting I was reading about 50 pages a day so I think that taking a little longer would have been better to absorb all of this new dense information Lately when I finish a book I like to ask myself if I m glad I read it For The Intimate Bond How Animals Shaped Human History the answer is yes definitely The 7 Components of Transformative Organizing Theory reveals the profound influence that animals have exercised on human history and how in fact they often drove i An interesting informative The Big Golden Book of Poetry read about the NITRO: The Incredible Rise and Inevitable Collapse of Ted Turner's WCW role that animals have played in human history over many many years I came into this book thinking it would be mainly about household pets with some other animal Wild Man Creek (Virgin River, references too but soon found learned all that animals have done for us over the years Sheep oxen cattle pigs horses camels and so many animals have helped us survive Animals allowed us to easily move around build cities farm and fight wars At times it was a little dull but other parts were very interesting I was The Non-Designer's Design Book (4th Edition) reading about 50 pages a day so I think that taking a little longer would have been better to absorb all of this new dense information Lately when I finish a book I like to ask myself if I m glad I Homewrecker read it For The Intimate Bond How Animals Shaped Human History the answer is yes definitely

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Animals and our ever changing relationship with them have left an indelible mark on human history From the dawn of our existence animals and humans have been constantly redefining their relationship with one another and entire civilizations have risen and fallen upon this curious bond we share with our fellow fauna Brian Fagan unfolds this fascinating story from the first wolf who wandered into our prehistoric ancestors' cam The research is not as deep as claimed check the notes consider the episodic character of the narrative I will keep the book for reference as it identifies some main lines to consider in the historic relationships of humankind and domestic animals including livestock There are some annoying features of organization or perhaps design The boxes if the material is worthy put it into the narrative The little imagined prologues for chapters useless and damaging to credibility In general the writer relies heavily on considerations of probability it must or might have happened this way or that without being clear as to grounding