Ian Matthew Morris (born 27 January ) is a British archaeologist, historian and academic. He is currently Willard Professor of Classics at Stanford University . Warum Zivilisationen herrschen oder beherrscht werden: Ian Morris, Klaus Binder, Waltraud Götting, Andreas Simon dos Santos: Wer regiert die Welt?. Gibt es einen roten Faden durch die Geschichte, der uns im Rückblick zeigt, wohin die Zukunft uns führt? Der US-Wissenschaftler Ian Morris.
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Ian Matthew Morris born 27 January is a British archaeologist, historian and academic. Morris grew up in the United Kingdom. He attended Alleyne’s High School in Morrks, Staffordshireand studied ancient history and archaeology at the University of Birmingham.
He gained his PhD at Cambridge University. From tohe taught at the University of Chicago. Sincehe has been at Stanford. He was one of the founders of the Stanford Archaeology Center and has served two terms as its director.
Wer regiert die Welt? by Ian Morris on Apple Books
He has also won a Dean’s Award for Excellence in Teaching in In his work was the subject of a lengthy profile in the Chronicle of Higher Education. Ian Morris plans to develop his views on the first-millennium BC transformations the shift from religion-based power to bureaucratic and military one, and the rise of Axial thought in his new book.
His book, Why the West Rules—For Nowcompares East and West across the last 15, years, arguing that physical geographyrather than culture, religion, politics, geneticsor great menexplains Western domination of the globe.
The Economist has called it “an important book—one that challenges, stimulates and entertains. Anyone who does not mrris there are lessons to be learned from history should start here. It has been translated into 13 languages.
It provides details of the evidence and the statistical methods used by Morris to construct the social development index that he used in Why the West Rules to compare long-term Eastern and Western regierh. The International Studies Association and Social Science History Association devoted panels to discussing the book at their annual meetings.
The book is being translated into Chinese. What is it Good For?: For all of its horrors, over the last 10, years, war has made the world safer and richer, as it is virtually the only way that people have found to create large, internally pacified societies that then drive down the rate of violent death. The lesson of the last 10, years of military history, he argues, is that the way to end war is by learning to manage it, not by trying to wish it out of existence.
Morris also devotes a chapter to the Gombe Chimpanzee War in Tanzania. The German translation of the book, Krieg: Wozu er gut istwas published by Campus Verlag in October Five more translations are being prepared.
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