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A seminal work in Evolutionary Psychology, but Wright wants there to be a Designer, and wishes for Platonic ideas of moralityPublished 1 month ago by A. Forsyth
Pretty esoteric. Not particularly well written. Perhaps just not my subject.Published 3 months ago by FluteMaster
I bought this for a class, and I think this is a very intriguing book. It made me question what I knew about evolution. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Nicole B.
Amazing book. If you want to understand why we behave like we behave, this is the book to be read. But let your mind open. My copy is full of notes.Published 5 months ago by powlima
Provides a new way to think about human behavior and why we do what we do, all thru the lenses of evolution.Published 5 months ago by Will
For anyone who can think out side the box of social expectations, or those of you who want a bit of a Darwin/Freud point of view, this book is fantastic. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Allie
The book came in the condition that it said I was in, barely used. It was perfect for my class and I save a lot of $$$ for a broke college student ^______^Published 6 months ago by Crystal Vang
One of my favorite efforts to explain why and how we do what we do.Published 7 months ago by John Parmer