The Biology of Peace and War: Men, Animals, and Aggression
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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Is Aggression Inevitable?
Seeking the Causes of Behavior
Aggression within the Group
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