The third chapter on “Cultural Evolution” contrasts my notion of “bio-aesthetics” with that of “sociobiology,” a highly controversial concept introduced by Edward O. Wilson in 1975 to describe his reductionist approach to human culture based on molecular biology and evolutionary theory—a concept that, in the eyes of Wilson’s critics, amounted to nothing less than Social Darwinism.
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