Philosophy of Science 88 (1):44-66 (2021)

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H. M. Rubin
University of Groningen
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Humans are often altruistic in a variety of contexts, even toward strangers they may never meet again. What explains this behavior? Many argue that kin selection cannot explain it but group selecti...
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