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Epigenetic Evolution ~ Bibliography

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Ayala, F.J. (1998). “Teleological Explanations”, pp. 187-195, in Philosophy of Biology (ed. M. Ruse). Prometheus Books.

Bertram, B.C.R. (1975). “Social Factors Influencing Reproduction in Wild Lions”, Journal of Zoology 177:463-82.

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Bohannan, P. and Glazer, M. (1988b), High Points in Anthropology (2nd ed.)(eds. Bohannan and Glazer). McGraw-Hill, Inc.

Boomsma, J.J., Frouwer, A.H., and Van Loon, A.J. (1990). “A new polygynous Lasius species (Hymenoptera; Formicidae) from Central Europe. II. Allozymatic confirmation of species status and social structure”. Insectes Sociaux 37:363-75

Bourke, A. and Franks, N. (1995). Social Evolution in Ants. Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton U. Press

Campbell, D.T. (1960). “Blind Variation and Selective Retention in Creative Thought as in Other Knowledge Processes”, in Psychological Review 67:380-400 Campbell, J. (1982). “Autonomy in Evolution”, pp. 190-201, in Perspectives on

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Darwin, C. (1952a). The Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection (Great Books Series). Encyclopedia Britannica

Darwin, C. (1952b). The Descent of Man (Great Books Series). Encyclopedia Britannica

Dawkins, R. (1989). The Selfish Gene (2nd ed.). Oxford U. Press

Dawkins, R. (1986). The Blind Watchmaker. Longmans

Dennett, D. (1995). Darwin’s Dangerous Idea. Simon and Schuster

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Desmond, A. and Moore, J. (1991). Darwin: The Life of a Tormented Evolutionist. Warner Books

De Waal, F. (2006). Primates and Philosphers: How Morality Evolved. (Eds. Macedo, S. and Ober, J.). Princeton U. Press

Diamond, Jared (1999). Guns, Germs and Steel: The Fates of Human Societies. W.W. Norton & Co.

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Gotwald, Jr., W.H. (1995). Army Ants: The Biology of Social Predation. Cornell U. Press

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Harris, M. (1989). Our Kind: The Evolution of Human Life and Culture. Harper and Row

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Harris, M. (1980). Cultural Materialism: The Struggle for a Science of Culture. AltaMira Press

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Ligon, J.D. and Ligon, S.H. (1990). “Green Woodhoopoes: life history traits and sociality”, pp. 33-65, in Cooperative Breeding in Birds (eds. P.B. Stacey and W.D. Koenig). Cambridge U. Press

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Malcom, J. and Marten, K. (1982). “Natural Selection and the Communal Rearing of Pups in African Wild Dogs (Lycaon pictus)”, Behav. Ecol. Sociobiol 10: 1-13

Malinowski, B. (1988). “The Group and the Individual in Functional Analysis”, pp. 272-93, in High Points in Anthropology (2nd ed.)(eds. Bohannan and Glazer). McGraw- Hill

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Montagu, M.F.A. (1962). “Introduction”, pp. vii to xii, in Culture and the Evolution of Man. Oxford U. Press

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Nishida, T. (1987). “Local Traditions and Cultural Transmission”, pp. 462-74, in Primate Societies (eds. Smuts, et. al.). University of Chicago Press

Nishida, T. and Hiraiwa-Hasegawa, M. (1987). “Chimpanzees and Bonobos: Cooperative Relationships among Males”, pp. 165-177, in Primate Societies (eds. Smuts, et. al.). University of Chicago Press

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