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You know, evolutionary theory is nothing but a theory.
His material is mainly drawn from physical and cultural anthropology, but also includes works from archaeology, evolutionary biology, paleopathology, medical geography and sociology, and the history of medicine and epidemiology.
Richard Alexander, the Hubbell professor of evolutionary biology at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, views humor in a much bleaker evolutionary light.
England, the editor, provides a brief introduction to evolutionary concepts in economics.
5 HOW TO INTEGRATE CELL-MOLECULAR DEVELOPMENT, HOMEOSTASIS, ECOLOGY, AND EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY: THE MISSING LINKS
Decoding of the human genome has captured world attention, and genetic research has made obvious the close evolutionary relationship between humans and all other living things.
Storey is one of a growing number of scholars linking literary studies with recent and ongoing developments in evolutionary theory.
The findings, published Thursday in the journal Nature, may provide a well-documented microcosm of the immense evolutionary changes that scientists say occurred over millions of years in the battle for survival of the fittest.
This cutting-edge book covers emerging, evolutionary and nature inspired optimization techniques in the field of advanced manufacturing.
When even mainstream evolutionary scientists propose any change to "the fact of evolution,' they are immediately silenced.
Evolutionary biology and naturalistic ethics are joining together to create a kind of unified field theory of human nature and its needs--a vision never before achievable.
Sociobiology, the research program that inquires into the extent and limits of evolutionary influences on behavior, has been fortunate in its expositors.

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