De Darwin à l’évolution culturelle

Revue Philosophique de la France Et de l'Etranger 148 (1):87-91 (2022)
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Deux livres récents, ceux de Pierre Jouventin et de Kevin Laland, conduisent à réexaminer, chez Darwin et au-delà, les liens entre la sélection naturelle et l’évolution culturelle.



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