An intellectual legacy of the past: The reception of sociobiology in the east-european countries [Book Review]
Biology and Philosophy 8 (4):399-407 (1993)
|Abstract||Sociobiology has not been well received in Eastern Europe. Reasons for this are listed and discussed. It is suggested that times are changing and that sociobiology will have more success in the future.|
|Keywords||German anthropology Lysenko Marx sociobiology Stalin|
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