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Jared Diamond is a professor of geography at the University of California, Los. Angeles. He began his scientific career in physiology and expanded into. PDF | Jared Diamond's Pulitzer Prize-winning book, Guns, Germs, and Em Colapso, igualmente, os pontos de aproximação são bastante. a2_Diamond, Jared - Colapso. - Download as PDF File .pdf) or view presentation slides online.

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Jared Mason Diamond (born September 10, ) is an American geographer, historian, and .. J. D. (5 August ). "Geophagy in New Guinea birds" (PDF). Colapso / Collapse: Por qué unas sociedades perduran y otras desaparecen / How Societies Choose to Fail or Succeed (Spanish Edition) [Jared Diamond. GUNS, GERMS AND STEELTHE FATES OF HUMAN SOCIETIES Jared Diamond W. W. Norton & Company New York London More praise for Guns, Germs, and.

Originally trained in physiology , Diamond is known for drawing from a variety of fields, including anthropology , ecology , geography and evolutionary biology. He is a professor of geography at UCLA. In , Diamond was ranked ninth on a poll by Prospect and Foreign Policy of the world's top public intellectuals. Diamond was born in Boston, Massachusetts , United States. His father, Louis Diamond , was a physician, and his mother, Flora Kaplan, a teacher, linguist, and concert pianist. While in his twenties he developed a second, parallel, career in ornithology and ecology , specialising in New Guinea and nearby islands. Later, in his fifties, Diamond developed a third career in environmental history and became a professor of geography at UCLA, his current [update] position. Diamond originally specialized in salt absorption in the gall bladder. Because of this academic diversity, Diamond has been described as a polymath. Diamond's first popular book, The Third Chimpanzee:

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Mastering information from many differ- ent fields, Jared Diamond convincingly demonstrates that head starts and local conditions can explain much of the course of human history. His impressive account will appeal to a vast readership. Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN 1. Social evolution. Human beings—Effect of environment on. Culture diffusion. D48 Norton 6c Company Ltd. The question motivating the book is: Why did history unfold differently on different continents?

In case this question immediately makes you shudder at the thought that you are about to read a racist treatise, you aren't: as you will see, the answers to the question don't involve human racial differences at all. The book's emphasis is on the search for ultimate explanations, and on pushing back the chain of historical causation as far as possible.

Meaning of "colapso" in the Spanish dictionary

Most books that set out to recount world history concentrate on histor- ies of literate Eurasian and North African societies. Native societies of other parts of the world—sub-Saharan Africa, the Americas, Island South- east Asia, Australia, New Guinea, the Pacific Islands—receive only brief treatment, mainly as concerns what happened to them very late in their history, after they were discovered and subjugated by western Europeans.

Even within Eurasia, much more space gets devoted to the history of west- ern Eurasia than of China, India, Japan, tropical Southeast Asia, and other eastern Eurasian societies. History before the emergence of writing around 3, B. Such narrowly focused accounts of world history suffer from three dis- advantages. First, increasing numbers of people today are, quite under- standably, interested in other societies besides those of western Eurasia.

Some of them already are, and others are becoming, among the world's most powerful economies and political forces.

Jared-Diamond - Όπλα μικρόβια και ατσάλι.pdf

Second, even for people specifically interested in the shaping of the modern world, a history limited to developments since the emergence of writing cannot provide deep understanding.

It is not the case that societies on the different continents were comparable to each other until 3, B. Instead, already by 3, B. Throughout most or all parts of other continents, none of those things existed at that time; some but not all of them emerged later in parts of the Native Americas and sub-Saharan Africa, but only over the course of the next five millennia; and none of them emerged in Aboriginal Australia.

That should already warn us that the roots of western Eurasian dominance in the modern world lie in the preliterate past before 3, B. By western Eurasian dominance, I mean the dominance of western Eurasian societies themselves and of the socie- ties that they spawned on other continents. Third, a history focused on western Eurasian societies completely bypasses the obvious big question.

Why were those societies the ones that became disproportionately powerful and innovative? The usual answers to that question invoke proximate forces, such as the rise of capitalism, mercantilism, scientific inquiry, technology, and nasty germs that killed peoples of other continents when they came into contact with western Eur- asians.

But why did all those ingredients of conquest arise in western Eurasia, and arise elsewhere only to a lesser degree or not at all? All those ingredients are just proximate factors, not ultimate explana- tions. Why didn't capitalism flourish in Native Mexico, mercantilism in sub-Saharan Africa, scientific inquiry in China, advanced technology in Native North America, and nasty germs in Aboriginal Australia? If one responds by invoking idiosyncratic cultural factors—e.

In addition, one is ignoring the fact that Confucian China was technologically more advanced than western Eurasia until about A. It is impossible to understand even just western Eurasian societies them- selves, if one focuses on them. The interesting questions concern the dis- tinctions between them and other societies.


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