author={Dominique Lestel},
  pages={113 - 125}
Abstract To the three classic wounds to human narcissism – that of Copernicus (man does not live in a geocentric universe), Darwin (man is an animal), and Freud (man is not the master of his unconscious) – there must be appended a fourth wound: man is not the only subject in the universe. While most philoso- phers are unwilling to accept it, ethological research shows that animals are also subjects; indeed, in human/animal hybrid communities, certain animals can become individuals or even… 
Living, Biting Monitors, a Morose Howler and Other Infamous Animals: Animal Biographies in Ethology and Zoo Biology
This chapter describes some of the forms animal biography has taken in ethology and zoo biology and the clashes of captive animals with biopower have left behind numerous enigmatic traces.
Ethology of the Freed Animal: Concept, Methods, Projects
The present essay illustrates the methodological and theoretical premises of an emerging 8 research area carrying out both ethological and (bio)ethical implications: the ethology of the freed 9
Horse-drawn carriages: sustainability at the nexus of human-animal interaction
Abstract With their nostalgic connotations, horse-drawn carriages are part of the tourism imaginaries of most cities that are simultaneously sacralized as sustainable ways of transportation and
The Midwife and the Poet
Triangulating narratives from a prospective mining site in northern Norway, this article works to identify (and render graspable) a particular effect of retroactive shock— tracing its resonance
El pensamiento proto-etológico de Condillac. Raíces ilustradas de la ciencia del comportamiento animal
En este artículo, intentamos recobrar el pensamiento de Condillac, como importante exponente de la Ilustración francesa e interpretándolo como un adelanto de la etología contemporánea. Gracias a un


Cat culture, human culture: an ethnographic study of a cat shelter
The study argues that traditional animal researchers have mistaken the relative equality of cat colonies for a lack of social structure, as opposed to a different structure from that found in sharply ranked nonhuman animal communities.
The Open: Man and Animal
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Self recognition in primates: A comparative approach to the bidirectional properties of consciousness.
A technique is described in which organisms are provided with extended exposure to mirrors and then given an explicit test of self-recognition (accomplished through the unobtrusive application of
Individual Distinctiveness in Brown Bears, Ursus arctos L
Individual brown bears, Ursus arctos, behave differently from each other. Consistent behavioural differences suggest that each bear has its own distinct personality. On Admiralty Island in
Biological Aspects of Infectious Disease
The subject of infectious disease is discussed from the point of view of the biologist rather than that of the medical practitioner in this thoughtful work by the assistant director of the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Melbourne.
Role of Early Experience in Mixed‐colony Odor Recognition in the Ants Manica rubida and Formica selysi
An experimental model of mixed societies of ants was used to test the effect of early conditioning to a mixed colony odor on interspecific recognition after various periods of separation, and showed evidence of the existence of some species recognition.
Acts of meaning
Jerome Bruner argues that the cognitive revolution has led psychology away from the deeper objective of understanding mind as a creator of meanings, and only by breaking out of the limitations imposed by a computational model of mind can be grasped.
The Three Ecologies
Felix Guattari: A Chronology Translator's Introduction Note on the Translation and Acknowledgements The Three Ecologies Notes The Life and Work of Felix Guattari: From Transversality to Ecosophy by
L’animal intentionnel
Les animaux forment des representations mentales des qu’ils ont la capacite d’extraire de l’information sur les correlations environnementales, de la fixer dans certains etats internes memorises et