MIDAlpha TitleTitleYearColor/BWRunning TimeFormatsAbstractTopics
4606SOCIO-BIOLOGY: GENETIC VS. BIOLOGICAL EVOLUTION (DAVID BARASH)SOCIO-BIOLOGY: GENETIC VS. BIOLOGICAL EVOLUTION (DAVID BARASH)1985color29 minvhs (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.