Apparently there's a ``sociobiologist'' who's pushing the genetics as
determinant for behaviour angle. Edward Wilson, recently subject of an
article in _Time_ Magazine.
Google's ``I'm feeling lucky'' link:
Worthwhile quote, ``Wilson never says that this (whether or not social
behavior has a biological foundation) is the only factor.'' I think the
big objection everyone raises is trying to make this overly simplistic
The central book dates back to 1975.
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