Mutual aid: a factor of evolution

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Black Rose Books, 1989 - Nature - 362 pages
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Kropotkin argues that mutual aid, co-operation, solidarity with one's neighbors, sociability, have played the leading part in human evolution, not competition. The Darwinian struggle for survival has ... Read full review

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This book cannot be underestimated in importance. It was written in response to Social Darwinism (and the horrifying excuse Social Darwinism gave for mass extermination of races), based on Kropotkin's ... Read full review

Contents

MUTUAL AID AMONG ANIMALS
1
CHAPTER II
32
MUTUAL AID AMONG SAVAGES
76
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