Darwin and Evolutionary Psychology  

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"Darwin and Evolutionary Psychology" (1973) is a paper by Ghiselin.

Epigraph:

"Psychology will be based on a new foundation, that of the necessary acquirement of each mental power and capacity by gradation." --Darwin

Excerpt:

"A world populated by organism striving at no end but rather playing ridiculous sexual games, a world in which the brain is an extension of the gonads, and where killing a brother is a virtue, so long as it furthers one's mother reproductive success, simply cannot be reconciled with the old way of thinking." .

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