Animali che si drogano by Giorgio Samorini at – ISBN – ISBN – ShaKe – – Softcover. Este es un pequeño librito (se lee en 2 o 3 días) que nos explica cómo se drogan los animales, cosa que no tendría importancia si no fuera porque también lo. Animali che si drogano. Share. Animali che si drogano. Passione Ambiente. € Check Out on Website. This will take you to Product Details.
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Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return animaali Book Page. Preview — Animals and Psychedelics by Giorgio Samorini. An Italian ethnobotanist explores the remarkable propensity of wild animals to seek out and use psychoactive substances. From caffeine- An Italian ethnobotanist explores the remarkable propensity of wild animals to seek out and use psychoactive substances. From caffeine-dependent goats to nectar addicted ants, the animal kingdom offers amazing examples of wild animals and insects seeking out and consuming the psychoactive substances in their environments.
Author Giorgio Samorini explores this little-known phenomenon and suggests that, far from being confined to humans, the desire to experience animaki states of consciousness is a natural drive drogaho by all living beings and that animals engage in these behaviors deliberately. Rejecting the Western cultural assumption that using drugs is a negative action or the result of an illness, Samorini opens our eyes to the possibility xi beings who consume psychedelics–whether humans or animals–contribute to the evolution of their species by creating entirely new patterns of behavior that eventually will be adopted by other members of that species.
The author’s fascinating accounts of mushroom-loving reindeer, intoxicated birds, and drunken elephants ensure that readers will never view the animal world in quite the same way again. Paperbackpages. Animli August 1st by Park Street Press first published To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
To ask other readers questions about Ankmali and Psychedelicsplease sign up. Be the first to ask a question about Animals and Psychedelics. Lists with This Book. Its a short read, but there is very enjoyable and novel information here, information that makes a very strong argument. It is not ‘the human-drug-problem’. It is more like ‘the animal-drug-phenomenon’. Did you know even insects seek intoxication?
Animali che si drogano
May 01, Max Renn rated it liked it. Nov 14, Janis rated it liked it Shelves: I started reading the book five times before I finally decided to just sit down and finish it in one setting.
The field of animal driving themselves is obviously drrogano and facing obstacles in finding funding and locating clear evidences, as the author clearly acknowledged. However, as a scientist, it is appalling to see a book throwing out folk stories as scientific evidence without citing many known collaborators.
There are also formatting errors in the book. It’s a good introduction to a new vot I started reading the book five times before I finally decided to just sit down and finish it in one setting. It’s a good introduction to a new vote to this major drug problem our culture imposes on us, but I would really like to see more than anecdotes in naimali book.
Sep 20, Alissa Thorne rated it liked it Shelves: This book–almost more of a pamphlet at a mere pages–is an easy and amusing read. It tells of naturally occurring intentional use of mind altering substances by animals. Drogqno is light reading that can open your eyes to a different perspective on how psychoactive chemicals fit into the world.
But be warned–it has an agenda, which is drogajo on pretty heavily. Personally, I find this to chd a bit of a turn off, even when I agree with the agenda. Still, drunk-elephant stories are great to tell at pa This book–almost more of a pamphlet at a mere pages–is an easy and amusing read.
Still, drunk-elephant stories are great to tell at parties.
Jan 20, Brett Amy rated it did not like it Shelves: I was hoping for a thorough, well-cited scientific take on the phenomenon of animal intoxication, but this book did not deliver. The author’s conclusions about the motivations behind animal behavior were unfounded and far-fetched, and he didn’t cite any sources. It read like a book of tall tales — and not a non-fiction account of actual happenings in the natural world — to me.
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