By: Elliot Sober and David Sloan Wilson
394 pages, 8 line illus, 1 tab
A biological/philosophical study of the debate about altruism. The authors argue that it may be favoured by natural selection, if group selection, an idea originally proposed by Darwin but in retreat since the 1960s, is admitted as, in their view, it should be.
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