Evolution, Cooperation and Ethics: Some Methodological and Philosophical Hurdles

Studies in Christian Ethics 26 (2):135-139 (2013)
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Abstract

Secular evolutionary theory presents a profound challenge to theological ethics in pressing the question of how ethics is related to derived instincts. As an introduction to the essays that follow, the meaning and significance of evolutionary cooperation is here briefly set out along with a sketch of some dangers attending the exploration

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