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The Evolution of Social Communication in Primates, edited by Marco Pina and Natalie Gontier is an important contribution to the current debates on language evolution. The volume includes texts discussing the emergence of basic social skills connected with language, arguments for vocal and gestural protolanguage, and theories of development of symbolic and compositional language in the history of humanity. In this review, I present the structure and content of the book, but also highlight issuesdoi:10.12775/ths-2014-010 fatcat:e6alstr6sneqhlfo5astbaq5pu