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Wuketits and Antweiler. 2004. Handbook of Evolution I - III

 
  February, 24 2004 17:33
new and historical books in bioscience and medicine
 
     
ISBN: 3-527-30839-3 - Hardcover - 352 pages
January 2004 - £125.00 / €187.50

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This three-volume handbook is unique in spanning the entire field of evolution, from the origins of our universe, via the development of living systems on earth, right up to the formation of social structures and science and technology. The author team of world-renowned experts considers the subject from a variety of disciplines, with continuous cross-referencing so as to retain a logical internal structure. The uniformly structured contributions discuss not merely the general knowledge behind the evolution of life, but also the corresponding development of language, society, economies, morality and politics. The result is an overview of the history and methods used in the study of evolution, including controversial theories and discussions. A must for researchers in the natural sciences, sociology and philosophy, as well as for those interested in an interdisciplinary view of the status of evolution today.


Table of Contents

Volume I: The Evolution of Human Societies and Cultures

The human Adaption for Culture
Evolution of (Human) Cognition
Evolution of Language
Social Evolution
Evolution of Moralty
Evolution of Politics
Evolution of Economy
Evolution of Science and Technology


Volume II: The Evolution of Living Systems (including Hominids)

The Diversity of Life
Individual Development and Evolution
History and Methodology of Evolutionary Theory
The Human Impact
The Evolution Controversies in Biology
The Evolution of Hominids
Motors of Evolution
The Evolution of Plants
The Evolution of Animals
Cultural Evolution


Volume III: From the Origins of the Universe to the Origins of Life

General Introduction: Evolution, an Interdisciplinary Paradigm
How it all began: Theories and Models of the Origins of the Universe
The Origins and Evolution of Galaxies
The History of Our Solar System
The Origins of Earth
Chemical Evolution and the Earth's Early History
Historical Geology: The Major Transitions in the Earth's History
Origin of Life: Facts and Theories
Early Stages in Organic Evolution


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