Daniel has published seven previous books, including most recently an ethnographic study entitled y, also published by Open Book.
Daniel has served as President of the European Human Behaviour and Evolution Association, a council member of the Royal Anthropological Institute, and an editor of the journals This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International license (CC BY 4.0).
It comes particularly recommended to Sciences and Social Sciences students and to scholars seeking to extend the scope of their field in collaboration with other disciplines.
Subject codes: BIC: HP (Philosophy), HPS (social and political philosophy), PSX (Human Biology); BISAC: SOC026000 (SOCIAL SCIENCE / Sociology / General), SCI080000 (SCIENCE / Essays), SCI008000 (SCIENCE / Life Sciences / Biology) is Professor of Behavioural Science at Newcastle University.
Meantime, here’s a review of a couple of the recent slew of moon books.
It appeared a month or so ago in a publication which raised its paywall higher around the same time, so posting here for ease of archiving.
Their predictions become dogmas which they do not question.
The public is led to believe that the fashionable scientific dogmas are true, and it may sometimes happen that they are wrong.
I am speaking as a story-teller, and my predictions are science-fiction rather than science.
The predictions of science-fiction writers are notoriously inaccurate.