Sociobiology: The New Synthesis

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Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, Jan 1, 1975 - Science - 697 pages
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In the introduction to this Twenty-Fifth Anniversary Edition, Edward O. Wilson shows how research in human genetics and neuro-science has strengthened the case for a biological understanding of human nature. Human sociobiology, now often called evolutionary psychology, has in the last quarter of a century emerged as its own field of study, drawing on theory and data from both biology and the social sciences.

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User Review  - Cheryl_in_CC_NV - LibraryThing

Didn't actually read, just scanned, as it is old after all. I do wish I'd read all these evolutionay biology books in order at the time. After the fact wasn't too helpful, especially independently. Read full review

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User Review  - Cheryl_in_CC_NV - LibraryThing

Didn't actually read, just scanned, as it is old after all. I do wish I'd read all these evolutionay biology books in order at the time. After the fact wasn't too helpful, especially independently. Read full review

Contents

The Morality of the Gene
3
The Prime Movers of Social Evolution
32
The Relevant Principles of Population Biology
63
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Edward O. Wilson is Pellegrino University Research Professor, Harvard University.

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