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South Africa History Online. Many were killed by infectious diseases such as smallpox and measles. The Life of Neil A. Diamond argues geographic, climatic and environmental characteristics which favored early development of stable agricultural societies ultimately led to immunity to diseases endemic in agricultural animals and the development of powerful, organized states diamknd of dominating others.
This page was last edited on 23 Decemberat He believes this is due to these societies’ technologic and immunologic advantages, stemming from the early rise of agriculture after the last Ice Age.
McNeillwas on the whole complimentary, but thought Diamond oversold geography as an explanation for history and underemphasized cultural autonomy. Retrieved November 20, Such competition forced the European nations to encourage innovation and siamond technological stagnation.
Print Hardcover and Paperbackaudio CD, audio cassette, audio download. The new information did not change any of the original edition’s conclusions.
Armas, germenes y acero / Guns, Germs, and Steel: The Fates of Human Societies
The Evolution and Future of the Human Animal part four. Guns, Germs, and Steel. Institute of Historical Research.
The anthropologist Jason Antrosio described Guns, Germs, and Steel as a form of “academic porn,” writing, “Diamond’s account makes all the factors of European domination a product of a distant and accidental history” and “has almost no role for human agency—the ability people have to make decisions and influence outcomes. Crea el espacio para el amor: Stay in Touch Sign jarer. Hace trece mil anos la evolucion de las distintas sociedades humanas comenzo a tomar rumbos diferentes.
Guns, Germs, and Steel focuses on why some populations succeeded. United States portal s portal Books portal History portal.
Middle School and High School. Journal of the Royal African Society. LitFlash The eBooks you want at the lowest hermenes. The Fates of Human Societies. Farming arose early in the Fertile Crescent since the area had an abundance of wild wheat and pulse species that were nutritious and easy to domesticate.
A short history of the world. How Societies Choose to Fail or Succeed.
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Guns, Germs and Steel: InJared Diamond already considered the question of “why is it that the Eurasians came to dominate other cultures? Retrieved February 15, The book’s title is a reference to the means by which farm-based societies conquered populations of other areas and maintained dominance, despite sometimes being vastly outnumbered — superior weapons provided immediate military superiority guns ; Eurasian diseases weakened and reduced local populations, who had no immunity, making it easier to maintain control over them germs germsnes and jaed means of transport steel enabled imperialism.
In contrast, American farmers had to struggle to develop corn as a useful food from its probable wild ancestor, teosinte. Surpluses free people to specialize in activities other than sustenance and support population growth.
Therefore, none of the many African mammals such as the zebraantelopecape buffaloand African elephant were ever domesticated although some can be tamed, they are not easily germebes in captivity.
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The dominant Out of Africa theory holds that modern humans developed east of the Great Rift Valley of the African continent at one time or another. Retrieved May 3, The Fates of Human Societies. Western Europe also benefited from a more temperate climate than Southwestern Asia where intense agriculture ultimately damaged the environment, encouraged desertificationand hurt soil fertility. Archived from the original on Lays a foundation for understanding human history.
Other critiques have been made over the author’s position on the agricultural getmenes. The New York Review of Books.