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Alas, Poor Darwin Arguments Against Evolutionary Psychology

Edited By: Hilary Rose and Steven Rose
292 pages, no illustrations
Publisher: Vintage
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  • Alas, Poor Darwin ISBN: 9780099283195 Paperback Aug 2001 Usually dispatched within 2-3 weeks
  • Alas, Poor Darwin ISBN: 9780224060301 Hardback Jul 2000 Out of Print #110576
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The claims of genetics and evolutionary psychology to explain and indeed legislate on the human condition have been loudly trumpeted in recent years. In this provocative and groundbreaking book, the editors have gathered together leading critics of this programme in a shared and perhaps uniquely cross-disciplinary project. Contributors range from biologists Stephen Jay Gould, Gabriel Dover, Patrick Bateson and Anne Fausto-Sterling, through anthropologists and sociologists Dorothy Nelkin, Tim Ingold, Tom Shakespeare and Ted Bunton.

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Steven Rose is Professor of Biology and Neurobiology at the Open University and University of London. From 1999 to 2002 he was joint Professor of Physiology at Gresham College, London with his wife, the sociologist Hilary Rose. She is currently Visiting Research Professor of Sociology at the London School of Economics, Professor Emeritus of Social Policy at the University of Bradford and Professor Emeritus of Physick, Gresham College, London, UK.
Edited By: Hilary Rose and Steven Rose
292 pages, no illustrations
Publisher: Vintage
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