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Languages are a very complex but incomplete part of our human relationships. If we want to understand the communication systems of other species, we will need to have a very clear idea of what we are looking for. Are we pretending to find in nonhuman animals a narrative-driven, teaching language that among human beings is used to deceive, manipulate, regret, and dream, a language that promotes the neglect of other communication clues? We need to carefully reflect on what our human languages are and wonder if such language characteristics will make sense in other environments in order to solve life problems different from the humans.
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About the Author
Julio César Martínez Romero is an academic assistant at the National University of Mexico (UNAM) and teaches mathematics in the undergraduate program of genomic sciences. He is a breeder of Border collies and Shetland sheepdogs, considered among the most intelligent and gentlest of dogs. He studied screenwriting at the General Society of Writers of Mexico and storytelling at the Institute of Children’s Literature. He is the author of The Wisdom of the Wolf, A Kingdom of Conspiracy, The Secret Life of Godmother, The Seven Shades of Guilt, and he coauthored Isabel and Alexandra with Ana Patricia Candiani. The five books were published in Spanish by Palibrio. Palibrio also published his book Reigning among Conspiracy in English.