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978-0-8018-6696-8 / 9780801866968

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A central aspect of human adaptation -- reproductive behavior -- is studied through the multiple lenses of philosophy, biology, psychology, and anthropology, all united by an evolutionary perspective. Although reproduction is an intrinsic mechanism of macroevolution, this colloquium shows that reproductive behaviors yield new significance for evolution theory when examined in a multi-disciplinary setting.

A the title suggests, this volume focuses on explication of the adaptive, evolved nature of reproduction with topics such as: symmetry in mate selection; the evolution of moral dispositions; and the sexist social order of the bonobos. This objective look at reproduction as a mechanism of human evolution reveals underlying physiologic mechanisms as well as comparative and cross-cultural aspects that emerge from social sciences and anthropology.

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