Studies evolutionary analysis and the emergence of sociology and stage models theories and intersocietal models of societal evolution. Examines the evolution of social behavior by natural selection, sociobiology and human behavior, and the limitations of Darwinian analysis. Indicates form of comparative analysis using primates as a data source for understanding human origins and strategy for using Darwinian and ecological analysis to uncover the nature of humans. Mentions new science of neurosociology and the behavioral and interpersonal basis of megasociality.
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