Tom Schulte's Reviews > Animals in Translation: Using the Mysteries of Autism to Decode Animal Behavior

Animals in Translation by Temple Grandin
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Apr 16, 2012

really liked it
Read in January, 2012

Temple continues to inspire and lead with her pioneering work in animal psychology and engineering. Mostly she seesm to educate on autism which is great. I lately heard she now "lectures about how her mind works and how the world needs all kinds of minds/thinking." That's an awesome message and bring me back to this part memoir book about discovering her ability to see through the animals eyes (sometimes quite literally) as key to simplifying adn amking more human animal slaughterhouses. This so dovetails nicely with the simple pronouncement made by Bourdain in "Medium Raw" that animals humanely slaughtered simply taste better and it is a fact as proven as that Temple is a excellent exmaple to us all.

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