|4606||SOCIO-BIOLOGY: GENETIC VS. BIOLOGICAL EVOLUTION (DAVID BARASH)||SOCIO-BIOLOGY: GENETIC VS. BIOLOGICAL EVOLUTION (DAVID BARASH)||1985||color||29 min||vhs|| (Upon Reflection series)
David Barash, Professor of Psychology and Zoology, University of Washington, traces the changes in the human species and the human condition from the perspective of a socio-biologist. Our biologic changes occur over centuries while our social changes (many as important as the biologic) can occur in a generation. He discusses the conflict between our genetic and cultural heritage and the impacts of that conflict on alienation, aggression and warfare.