In Heartsblood, nationally acclaimed nature writer and veteran outdoorsman David Petersen takes a clear-eyed look at humans and hunting, and reaches conclusions sure to challenge everyone's preconceptions. He draws clear distinctions between true hunting and contemporary hunter behavior, praising what's right about the former and damning what's wrong with the latter. Along with his extensive personal experience, Petersen draws on philosophy, evolutionary science, biology, and empirical studies to create an engaging and literate work that offers a unique look at hunting, hunters, anti-hunting, and, in the words of the author, qlife's basic truths.qbirds and ran a trap line for rabbit and muskrat. ... between wild animals, wild landscapes, and preagricultural (foraging) people, and how those ancient mutual dependencies worked their way into the human DNA wiring diagram, or genome, anbsp;...
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