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Pfungst, Oskar. [1911] 1965. Clever Hans (The Horse of Mr von Osten): A Contribution to Experimental Animal and Human Psychology. Edited by Robert Rosenthal. New York: Holt, Rinehart & Winston. 26 tom tyler Plumwood, Val. 2001. Environmental Culture: The Ecological Crisis of Reason. London: Routledge. Russell, Bertrand. 1927. An Outline of Philosophy. London: George Allen & Unwin. Tyler, Tom. 2005. ‘Like Water in Water’. Journal for Cultural Research 9 (3) ( July): 265–79. Xenophanes. 1992. Xenophanes of Colophon: Fragments.

During his second lecture course on Nietzsche, Heidegger points out that, in order even to raise “suspicions” (Bedenken) concerning anthropomorphism, one must assume that one knows “ahead of time” what human beings are (Heidegger 1984, pp. 18 To be able to claim that a characterisation or representation of some being assigns to it a quality or state that is actually distinctively human, one would need to know just what it is about human beings, in themselves, that makes them the kind of being they are.

Although the accounts are presented in story form and employ fictional devices, the authors assert that their tales are factual and represent accurate natural history (Lutts 1998, pp. 1–2). hoof marks, paw prints and the problem of writing wildly 33 Russell often, even typically, incorporates such signs as hoof marks, paw prints, broken twigs, deer beds, and his readings of them into his narratives. That is, he consciously foregrounds these kinds of signs as intertexts to his narrative in a way that would be considered reflexive if the marks, signs and inscriptions of other animals were considered textual.

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