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A Free-Range Human in a Caged World: From Primalization into Civilization
     

A Free-Range Human in a Caged World: From Primalization into Civilization

by Roger Gilbertson
 
Roger Gilbertson has been there, done that. Since 1955 he has been auditioning and experimenting with specialties. Aiming at becoming a generalist in our complex culture.
He describes why his background suits him for speculations on human history. Then he compares Primalization with Civilization. There are many differences. Our genes want to take us in one

Overview

Roger Gilbertson has been there, done that. Since 1955 he has been auditioning and experimenting with specialties. Aiming at becoming a generalist in our complex culture.
He describes why his background suits him for speculations on human history. Then he compares Primalization with Civilization. There are many differences. Our genes want to take us in one direction. Our personal micro-culture wants to direct us along a path of its own.
We are all stressed. Nature and nurture are interlocked, negotiating and compromising within us for decisions and outcomes across a lifetime.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780985985806
Publisher:
A Free-Range Human in a Caged World
Publication date:
09/24/2012
Pages:
172
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.37(d)

Meet the Author

For over 50 years Roger has explored careers in business, non-profits, consulting, the Navy, Federal Government, teaching, public speaking, and writing.
He is a Gold Medal winning author for his book: "A Free-Range Human in a Caged World" presented by the Global Ebook Awards.
Along his life trail he worked in the White House and ran for Congress. He retired as a Rear Admiral in the United States Navy Reserve.
His formal studies include math, engineering, science, physics, English, sociology, philosophy, law, psychology, business, anthropology, economics, accounting, leadership, history. From the Baltimore Polytechnic Institute High School through Georgia Tech - Purdue - University of Colorado - George Washington University Law School - Harvard Business School - American University - UCLA - to a doctorate from the University of Southern California.
But never as "just a student" always with a career as well. "Working his way through colleges" - a concept seldom seen now.
He doesn't like to be labeled. Yet, if pressed, he would call himself: a proactive philosopher.
He has lived in 15 of United States and been to most continents.

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