Human natures

genes, cultures, and the human prospect

By Ehrlich, Paul R.

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ISBN
978-1-55963-779-4
Publisher
Washington, D.C. : Island Press [for] Shearwater Books, c2000.


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Library Journal

Reviewed on February 1, 2001

Ehrlich (biological sciences, Stanford; The Population Bomb) has written a very informative book on the human animal that emphasizes the essential framework of organic evolution. He focuses on the survival value of bipedality, intelligence, language, and technology for the emergence of our species and its success. His analysis also points out the roles that art, violence, sexual behavior, and the coming of civilization have played in the biocultural evolution of humankind. "All of our natures a...Log In or Sign Up to Read More

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