By Richard W. Byrne (Editor) Andrew Whiten (Editor)
This ebook goals to give an explanation for the intelligence of monkeys and apes, and the massive mind growth that marked human evolution. In 1988, Machiavellian Intelligence was once the 1st publication to collect the early proof suggesting a brand new solution: that the evolution of mind was once essentially pushed by way of choice for manipulative, social services inside of teams the place the main hard challenge confronted through members was once facing their partners. considering then a wealth of latest details and ideas has accrued. This new booklet will convey readers modern with an important advancements, extending the scope of the unique principles and comparing them empirically from diverse views. it's crucial examining for reseachers and scholars in lots of various branches of evolution and behavioral sciences, primatology and philosophy.
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Machiavellian Intelligence II: Extensions and Evaluations by Richard W. Byrne (Editor) Andrew Whiten (Editor)