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The Point Of Genetics,
Rezension bezieht sich auf: The Moral Animal: Why We Are, the Way We Are: The New Science of Evolutionary Psychology (Taschenbuch)
Many reviewers seem to miss the point. A book like this introduces us to the idea that genetics has an operational purpose, and each side of the species (male and female) may have separate strategies to maximize advantage (but of course we also co-operate). Children raised in tough times do better with both parents being good parents. Genetics do not have politically correct agenda, they either motivate successful behaviors (meaning being passed into the future), or they do not go forward. If such dynamics favor Victorian methodologies, so be it (or not). This fascinating attempt to explore why we are the way we are is worth reading because it is thought provoking; Evolutionary Psychologists might just help us better manage our mutually shared existence (even if we have to stand up to our genetics, which is really his point regarding why the Victorians had some good ideas).
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