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Charles Darwin

The Shaping of Evolutionary Thinking

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 220
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Mind Shapers

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Paperback - 9780230301542

13 November 2013

$27.99

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Ebook - 9781137313232

16 September 2017

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This book examines the history of thought surrounding the relationship between Darwinism and the behavioural sciences. Accessible and thought-provoking, it demonstrates how and why Darwinism remains both illuminating and...

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This book examines the history of thought surrounding the relationship between Darwinism and the behavioural sciences. Accessible and thought-provoking, it demonstrates how and why Darwinism remains both illuminating and controversial today.

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Charles Darwin is a seminal figure whose work has influenced many different fields and so this will certainly appeal to both academics and general readers
Evolutionary Psychology is a popular module and this short and affordable book is perfect for students who want a brief introduction to the area
This is the first book to look specifically at Darwin's contribution to modern psychology

1. Who was Charles Darwin?
2. Darwin's Greatest Work 'On the Origin of Species'
3. Sex and Emotions: Darwin's Other Great Works
4. Darwin and Darwinism
5. Is Darwin dangerous? Objections and Rejections From the Social Sciences
6. Ultra-Darwinism: Sociobiology and the Selfish Gene
7. Evolutionary Psychology: Darwin's Science of Behaviour Realised?
8. Conclusions: Darwinism Today.

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Lance Workman is Visiting Professor at the University of South Wales, UK. He has published widely on biological and evolutionary psychology. He regularly appears in the media where he comments on developments in psychology and is co-author of Evolutionary Psychology: An Introduction.

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Lance Workman is Visiting Professor at the University of South Wales, UK. He has published widely on biological and evolutionary psychology. He regularly appears in the media where he comments on developments in psychology and is co-author of Evolutionary Psychology: An Introduction.

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