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The Wonders Of Instinct Chapters In The Psychology Of Insects

By: Jean H. Fabre
Published By: Double9 Books
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"Th? Wond?rs of Instinct" is a captivating natural history book author?d by J?an-H?nri Fabr?, a r?nown?d Fr?nch ?ntomologist, and naturalist. Publish?d in th? lat? 19th c?ntury, this work is a c?l?bration of th? r?markabl? b?haviors and instincts ?xhibit?d by various ins?cts and oth?r cr?atur?s. In "Th? Wond?rs of Instinct, " Fabr? m?ticulously obs?rv?s and d?scrib?s th? b?haviors of ins?cts, such as b??s, wasps, ants, and spid?rs, showcasing th?ir incr?dibl? abiliti?s to build intricat? n?sts, forag? for food, d?f?nd th?ms?lv?s, and r?produc?. Fabr?'s writing is charact?riz?d by a d??p s?ns? of wond?r and admiration for th? small but intricat? world of ins?cts, and h? skillfully conv?ys th? compl?xity of th?ir b?haviors to r?ad?rs. Throughout th? book, Fabr? ?mphasiz?s th? id?a that instinct, rath?r than b?ing m?r? m?chanical b?havior, is a t?stam?nt to th? wisdom of natur?. H? argu?s that ins?cts poss?ss an innat? int?llig?nc? that guid?s th?ir actions and d?cision-making in ways that ar? ?ss?ntial for th?ir survival and propagation. "Th? Wond?rs of Instinct" is not only a fascinating ?xploration of th? natural world but also a r?fl?ction on th? broad?r myst?ri?s of lif? and ?volution.

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Jean H. Fabre

Jean-Henri Casimir Fabre (21 December 1823 – 11 October 1915) was a French scientist, entomologist, and novelist recognized for the vibrant language of his popular insect-life books. Fabre was born in Saint-Léons, Aveyron, France on December 22, 1823. Due to his family's poverty, Fabre was primarily self-taught. Nonetheless, at the age of 19, he obtained a primary teaching credential and began teaching in Carpentras while continuing his studies. He was recruited to a teaching position at Ajaccio (Corsica) in 1849, then to the lycée in Avignon in 1853. In 1816, the couple and Mary's stepsister notably spent a summer near Geneva, Switzerland, with Lord Byron and John William Polidori, when Shelley created the idea for her masterpiece Frankenstein. The Shelleys emigrated to Italy in 1818, where their second and third children perished before Shelley gave birth to her final and only surviving child, Percy Florence Shelley. Her spouse drowned in 1822 when his sailing boat capsized during a storm near Viareggio. Shelley returned to England a year later and devoted herself to raising her kid and pursuing a career as a professional author.

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Product Details

  • Publisher: Double 9 Books
  • Publishing Year: 2023
  • Language: English
  • Paperback: 198Pages
  • ISBN-10:9359322490
  • ISBN-13:9789359322490
  • Item Weight: 297g
  • Dimension : 216 x 140 x 11.2mm
  • Country of Origin : India
  • Importer: Double 9 Books
  • Packer: Double 9 Books
  • Book Type : Psychology / General