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What makes us human? What made us become the way we are? One way to answer these questions is to identify the traits that all humans share, traits that are universal features of all human societies. Another way to do so is to ask how humans differ from other species, particularly from our closest relatives, the nonhuman primates.
The contributors to this book pursue both approaches, in an effort to understand how evolution has shaped modern human behavior and societies. Skip to main content Skip to table of contents. Advertisement Hide.
Editors view affiliations Peter M. Front Matter Pages i-xix. Front Matter Pages Peter M. Kappeler, Joan S. Silk, Judith M. Burkart, Carel P. Pages Conflict and Bonding Between the Sexes. Human Power and Prestige Systems. The End of the Republic. Margaret C. Crofoot, Richard W. Why War? Motivations for Fighting in the Human State of Nature. Evolved Irrationality?
Equity and the Origins of Human Economic Behavior. Venkat Lakshminarayanan, Laurie R. Brain and Behaviour in Primate Evolution.
David F. Bjorklund, Kayla Causey, Virginia Periss. Deceit and Self-Deception. Ape Behavior and the Origins of Human Culture. Back Matter Pages About this book Introduction What makes us human? Evolution behavior coevolution culture human behaviour primate behaviour social behaviour. Editors and affiliations. Buy options.