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Raising the Peaceable Kingdom

What Animals Can Teach Us about the Social Origins of Tolerance and Friendship

by Jeffrey Moussaieff Masson

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In January 2004 Jeffery Masson began an experiment he'd been dreaming about for years: he rescued a puppy, a kitten, two chicks, two rat pups, and a rabbit, and decided to raise them all together in his home with his family, observing them for a year. This experiment led to friendship, tolerance, cooperation, and even love and compassion between the animals. Here is Masson returning to what he does best: exploring the emotional lives of animals. This book will appeal to anyone who has ever wondered what animals think and feel - and to anyone hoping for a more tolerant world.


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Publisher: Blackstone Audio, Inc.
Edition: Unabridged

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  • ISBN: 9780792746591
  • File size: 127594 KB
  • Release date: August 29, 2006
  • Duration: 04:25:45

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  • ISBN: 9780792746591
  • File size: 127594 KB
  • Release date: August 29, 2006
  • Duration: 04:25:45
  • Number of parts: 4


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In January 2004 Jeffery Masson began an experiment he'd been dreaming about for years: he rescued a puppy, a kitten, two chicks, two rat pups, and a rabbit, and decided to raise them all together in his home with his family, observing them for a year. This experiment led to friendship, tolerance, cooperation, and even love and compassion between the animals. Here is Masson returning to what he does best: exploring the emotional lives of animals. This book will appeal to anyone who has ever wondered what animals think and feel - and to anyone hoping for a more tolerant world.


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