6 edition of The Ant and the Peacock found in the catalog.
February 28, 1992 by Cambridge University Press .
Written in English
|Contributions||John Maynard Smith (Foreword)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||504|
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"The Ant and the Peacock is a beautiful book, fascinating to scientists and historians alike, and elegantly written. I had forgotten what a pleasure it is to find an academically serious and important book that is genuinely gripping, so that you feel compelled to go on reading Cited by: I decided pick up this book because of the many references in Dawkins's and Pinker's books on evolutionary biology and psychology (respectively).
The two topics with which The Ant and the Peacock is concerned - the history of thinking about sexual selection and the paradox between altruism and selfish genes - are very interesting/5(10).
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This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want. This book explains two puzzles of the theory of natural selection, the altruism of the ant, and that concerning sexual selection, epitomized by the peacock's flamboyant and burdensome tail.
Helena Cronin's account blends history, science and philosophy in a gripping tale that is scholarly, entertaining and eminently readable. This book is a success story. It explains two long-running puzzles of the theory of natural selection.
How can natural selection favour those, like the ant, that renounce tooth and claw in favour of the public-spirited ways of the commune. How can it explain the peacock's tail, flamboyant and a burden to its bearer; surely selection would act against useless ornamentation?5/5(1).
That's a title of one of the chapters and one of the messages of the book THE ANT AND THE PEACOCK. One of the more challenging concepts to explain was altruism; after all, the theory that was called "Survival of the fittest," which was borrowed by Wallace from Spencer and eventually made its way to Darwin's Origin of the Species in the fifth edition, infers competition not cooperation/5(8).
Helena Cronin (born ) is a British Darwinian philosopher and is the co-director of the Centre for Philosophy of Natural and Social Science and the Darwin Centre at the London School of achieved prominence with her book, The Ant and the Peacock: Altruism and The Ant and the Peacock book Selection from Darwin to Today () and has published and broadcast widely since.
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The Ant and the Peacock Altruism and Sexual Selection From Darwin to Today (Book): Cronin, Helena: The ant and the peacock stand for two puzzles in Darwinism--altruism and sexual selection. How can natural selection favor those, such as the worker ant, that renounce tooth and claw in favor of the public-spirited ways of the commune.
And how can peacocks--flamboyant, ornamental and apparently. One puzzle is the problem of altruism, epitomised by the ant of this book's title; the other is the problem of sexual selection, the peacock. - p.3 Ants: sharing, caring, community-minded creatures - act for good of others even at extreme cost to themselves.
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John Turton, too, dresses a traditional, winged Red Ant Fly, No. 10 in The Angler’s Manual (). Click to read more about The Ant and the Peacock: Altruism and Sexual Selection from Darwin to Today by Helena Cronin.
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