Précis of The Evolution of Morality [Book Review]

The Evolution of Morality attempts to accomplish two tasks. The first is to clarify and provisionally advocate the thesis that human morality is a distinct adaptation wrought by biological natural selection. The second is to inquire whether this empirical thesis would, if true, have any metaethical implications.
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DOI 10.1111/j.1933-1592.2008.00182.x
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