ABSTRACT

First published in 1989. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

chapter |4 pages

INTRODUCTION

part 1|4 pages

Part I HISTORICAL THEMES

chapter 1|26 pages

DARWIN’S DEBT TO PHILOSOPHY

chapter 2|22 pages

CHARLES DARWIN AND GROUP SELECTION

part 2|4 pages

Part II CONTEMPORARY ISSUES

chapter 4|20 pages

BIOLOGICAL SPECIES

chapter 6|10 pages

TELEOLOGY AND THE BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES

part 3|4 pages

Part III HUMAN PERSPECTIVES

chapter 7|28 pages

HUMAN SOCIOBIOLOGY: AN INTERIM REPORT

chapter 8|22 pages

BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE AND FEMINIST VALUES

chapter 9|38 pages

IS RAPE WRONG ON ANDROMEDA?

part 4|4 pages

Part IV ULTIMATE QUESTIONS

chapter 10|22 pages

EVOLUTIONARY THEORY AND CHRISTIAN ETHICS