Why Everyone (Else) is a Hypocrite: Evolution and the Modular Mind

Princeton University Press (2012)
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No wonder, then, that I wanted to share this book with my friends--but I also wanted to keep it for myself! If you don't read this book, you'll be left wondering what everyone (else) is talking about.

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