Threats is a comprehensive and scientifically accurate exploration into threats at every level, from animalistic competition to social manipulation and political strife.A scientific romp that reveals how threats work and why they are often carried out even when that harms everyone. Fascinating examples, from the strategies of snapping shrimp to whether the death penalty deters crime, set the stage for a powerful argument that threats to use nuclear weapons are likely to result in their use and our annihilation.
||Barash, David P.
||OXFORD UNIV PR
||Folgt in ca. 15 Arbeitstagen
||H23.9 cm x B15.5 cm x D2.5 cm 454 g