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Sociobiology Sociobiology is a synthesis of scientific disciplines that ... disciplines. Within the study of human societies, sociobiology is closely related to the fields of human ecology and evolutionary psychology. Sociobiology has become one of the greatest scientific ... Lewontin and Stephen Jay Gould, centers around sociobiology's contention that genes play a ...
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Sociobiology   (translated from French)
Sociobiology sociobiology is the branch of biology which is ... of the populations. The idea of a sociobiology goes up with Galton. This discipline is ... matter. Synopsis Origin and definitions The term sociobiology was forged by Edward Osborne Wilson in 1975 in its book Sociobiology: In New Synthesis, the title positioning ...
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Talk:Sociobiology 1 Removed link to Dawkin's article ... this statement. It looks a bit suspicious. Sociobiology applies strict mathematical models to animal behavior ... Dawkins and Steven Pinker? Dennett does describe sociobiology in the book. —Vespristiano 06:08, 9 ... minor editing of the last paragraph contasting sociobiology and memetics. Aside from that, doesn't ... theory. Apart from s/more/most, is Sociobiology really a branch of Social evolutionism? ...
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Category:Sociobiology See sociobiology Subcategories There is 1 subcategory to this ... Sexual orientation and science Pages in category "Sociobiology" There are 11 pages in this section of this category. * Sociobiology D Dual inheritance theory G God gene ... Our Genes S Sociobiological theories of rape Sociobiology: The New Synthesis
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Sociobiology: The New Synthesis
Sociobiology: The New Synthesis Sociobiology: The New Synthesis is a landmark 1975 ... by E. O. Wilson, which started the sociobiology discussion, one of the great scientific controversies ... the 20th century. Wilson introduced the term sociobiology as an attempt to explain the evolutionary ... strongly opposed to the very concept of sociobiology because of the prevailing Marxist feeling ...
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Talk:Social sciences
... Physics. Memetics Is memetics a branch of sociobiology? If so, why list memetics along with sociobiology here? Moreover, The fact that sociobiology can be applied to human populations surely doesn't make sociobiology a social science. More argument than that ... by sociobiologists, and its first application was sociobiology, it's unfair to say its ...
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E. O. Wilson
... for his work on ecology, evolution, and sociobiology. Edward O. Wilson is internationally regarded as ... He is also famous for starting the sociobiology debate, one of the greatest scientific controversies ... 20th century, when he suggested in his Sociobiology: The New Synthesis (1975) that animal (and ... popularized by Richard Dawkins' The Selfish Gene). Sociobiology Wilson inadvertently created one of the greatest ... framework, which came to be known as sociobiology. Criticism Some critics accused Wilson of ...
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Sociocultural evolution
... Modern approaches to sociocultural evolution include neoevolutionism, sociobiology, theory of modernisation and theory of postindustrial ... contemporary approaches to social change include neoevolutionism, sociobiology, theory of modernisation and theory of postindustrial ... United States as the most dynamic developed. Sociobiology Main article: Sociobiology Sociobiology departs perhaps the furthest from the ...
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... be good. However, in looking up the sociobiology definition of polygamy, I found the related ... See also References Wilson, E. O. (1980). Sociobiology: The Abridged Edition, Harvard Univ Press. ISBN ... p. 2, footnote 1 ^ Wilson, E.O., Sociobiology, p. 164-165. ^ Wilson, E.O., Sociobiology, p. 164. ^ Emens, 2004, p. 303. ^ Murdock ... Murdock, 1949, p. 24. ^ Wilson, E.O., Sociobiology, p. 164. ^ Wilson, E.O., Sociobiology, ...
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Talk:Stephen Jay Gould
... been heavily involved in heated debates regarding sociobiology, and has a firm stance in the ... arise in regards to his views on sociobiology, not punctuated equilibrium. Not entirely so. See ... is simply false. Of course partisians of sociobiology were not fans of Gould, as he ... s book -- Alcock, John. The Triumph of Sociobiology. Oxford: Oxford UP, 2001. -- as the source ... Few evolutionary biologists without a stake in sociobiology or evolutionary psychology were as critical ...
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