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Biology and the social sciences : an emerging revolution / edited by Thomas C. Wiegele.

Boulder, Colo. : Westview Press, 1982.
ISBN 0865312028, 9780865312029, 086531201X, 9780865312012

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Other Authors Wiegele, Thomas C.
Subjects Biologie.
Sciences sociales.
Social Sciences.
Social sciences.
Description xvi, 383 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Copyright Date 1982.
Notes Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Part 1. Introduction -- Is a revolution brewing in the social sciences? / Thomas C. Wiegele -- Part 2. The general relationship between biology and the social sciences -- Bridging the paradigms : biology and the social sciences / Pierre L. von den Berghe -- The concepts of disciplines and antidisciplines / Edward O. Wilson -- The social sciences cannot be unified with biology / Charles Frankel -- Part 3. Anthropology -- Culture and sociobiology / Jerome H. Barkow -- Toward a coevolutionary theory of human biology and culture / William H. Durham -- Human behavior and the behavior of other animals / S.L. Washburn -- Anthropology and the nature of things / Napoleon A. Chagnon-- Part 4. Economics -- Economics as a not very biological science / Kenneth E. Boulding -- Economics from a biological viewpoint / Jack Hirshleifer -- Part 5. Political science -- Overcoming pre-behavioralism in political science / John C. Wahlke -- Politics as a biological phenomenon / Roger D. Masters -- Politics as a life science : how and why the impact of modern biology will revolutionize the study of political behavior / Glendon Schubert -- The future of biopolitics / Thomas C. Wiegele -- Part 6. Sociology -- The decline and fall of sociology, 1975-2000 / Lee Ellis -- Reflections on a premature burial / David P. Barash -- Sociobiology vs. biosociology / John H. Kunkel -- Sociology and sociobiology / Gerhard Lenski -- A somewhat sympathetic response to Ellis / Pierre L. van den Berghe -- Rejoinder to my critics / Lee Elllis -- Biological explanation in sociology / Allan Mazur -- Sociobiology or balanced biosocial theory? / John D. Baldwin and Janice I. Baldwin -- Part 7. Biology and the social sciences : problems and questions -- A Marxist view of biology and the social sciences / Piotr Fedoseev -- Sociobiology as an adaptationist program / R.C. Lewontin -- Methodological problems associated with a biologically oriented social science / Steven A. Peterson and Albert Somit.
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