On the origin of human orthograde

Authors

  • Aleksandr Bukalov

Keywords:

anthropology, orthograde, hominid, Homo Sapiens, social conduct

Abstract

It is shown that orthograde has arisen at primates as adaptation in the conditions of savanna for protection against predators. The offered theory of origin of orthograde explains all known facts including features of relations in society to low and high individuals.

References

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Published

2015-10-13

How to Cite

Bukalov, A. (2015). On the origin of human orthograde. Origin of Language and Culture: Ancient History of Mankind, 2(3), 38–39. Retrieved from https://publishing.socionic.info/language/article/view/200

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