By: William H Durham
629 pages, Figs, tabs, maps
Propounds a theory of cultural evolution which suggests that, despite the complexity of their relationship, natural selection and cultural selection do tend to cooperate in the evolution of attributes that are adaptively advantageous for many of their bearers.
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