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Darwin 1809-2009

CULTURE , SEX AND SELECTION In addition to publishing his fundamental ideas on natural selection, Charles Darwin also introduced the concept of sexual selection and the role of sex differences in the evolutionary process, as well as writing extensively on how human behaviour itself could have evolved. this series will explore how far Darwin’s insights are still being explored.

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