From: Adrian Teo (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sat Dec 28 2002 - 11:35:17 EST
JB: If one limits his considerations to only that narrow set of data
represented by the above, you might be right (I have not
studied it in any
detail and so am agnostic on what that data might point to).
But that set of
data is not ALL the evidence, friend.
If you read WHEN ELEPHANTS WEEP, we can have a discussion on
some of (hardly
all) of the additional data that pertains to the question. At
least read the
review in PERSPECTIVES or on my web site to see how the data
At that point you will understand my "nothing buttery"
comment, at least.
AT: I have studied this issue from a number of angles,
looking at language, problem-solving, memory, learning, and morality
in animals. I do have a copy of WHEN ELEPHANTS WEEP on my shelf, but
haven't goten the chance to read it yet. Hopefully I will soon.
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