Warfare and Human Evolution: The Connection

November 13, 2008 at 3:41 am

New Scientist has an interesting article in the November issue. “How warfare shaped human evolution ” postulates that organized warfare is not the aberration we (would like to) think it is. Rather, it is literally in our genes — a part of who we are and have always been.
That’s the message from a conference held last month on the evolutionary origins of war at the University of Oregon. Read the full article at New Scientist. 

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