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

Label
Biology and the social sciences : an emerging revolution
Title
Biology and the social sciences
Title remainder
an emerging revolution
Statement of responsibility
edited by Thomas C. Wiegele
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
304.5
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
GN365.9
LC item number
.B54
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
NLM call number
AA7707
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Wiegele, Thomas C
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Sociobiology
  • Social sciences
  • Biology
  • Social Sciences
  • Sociobiologie
  • Sciences sociales
  • Biologie
  • Sozialwissenschaften
  • Soziobiologie
Label
Biology and the social sciences : an emerging revolution, edited by Thomas C. Wiegele
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographies and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • 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
  • Part 1. Introduction
  • 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
  • Is a revolution brewing in the social sciences?
  • 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
  • Thomas C. Wiegele
  • 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
  • Part 2. The general relationship between biology and the social sciences
  • 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
  • Bridging the paradigms : biology and the social sciences
  • Pierre L. von den Berghe
  • The concepts of disciplines and antidisciplines
  • Edward O. Wilson
Control code
7812895
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xvi, 383 pages
Isbn
9780865312012
Lccn
81014808
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)7812895
Label
Biology and the social sciences : an emerging revolution, edited by Thomas C. Wiegele
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographies and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • 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
  • Part 1. Introduction
  • 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
  • Is a revolution brewing in the social sciences?
  • 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
  • Thomas C. Wiegele
  • 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
  • Part 2. The general relationship between biology and the social sciences
  • 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
  • Bridging the paradigms : biology and the social sciences
  • Pierre L. von den Berghe
  • The concepts of disciplines and antidisciplines
  • Edward O. Wilson
Control code
7812895
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xvi, 383 pages
Isbn
9780865312012
Lccn
81014808
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)7812895

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