The Biology of Peace and War: Men, Animals, and Aggression

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Viking Press, 1979 - Psychology - 294 pages
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Ethologist Eibl-Eibesfeldt's controversial brief argues the case for man's innate aggressiveness and stresses that man's acknowledgement of his violent tendencies could lead to a new evolution, one directed by reason

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Eibel-Eibesfeldt is a leading ethologist, including human ethology. His application of evolutionary theory to human behavior is well respected in academic circles. Here, he applies this perspective to ... Read full review

Review: Biology of Peace and War

User Review  - Steven Peterson - Goodreads

Eibel-Eibesfeldt is a leading ethologist, including human ethology. His application of evolutionary theory to human behavior is well respected in academic circles. Here, he applies this perspective to ... Read full review

Contents

Seeking the Causes of Behavior
7
J Aggression within the Croup
29
Aggressive Behavior in the Animal Kingdom
37
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