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  1. Editorial Preface to Presentations by the Member Associations of the International Federation for Modern Languages and Literatures.David A. Wells - 2003 - Diogenes 50 (2):91-94.
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    The Extended Phenotype: A Comparison with Niche Construction Theory.David A. Wells - 2015 - Biology and Philosophy 30 (4):547-567.
    While niche construction theory locates animal artefacts in their constructors’ environment, hence treating them as capable of exerting selective pressure on both the constructors and their descendants, the extended phenotype concept assimilates artefacts with their constructors’ genes. Analogous contrasts apply in the case of endoparasite and brood parasite genes influencing host behaviour. The explanatory power of these competing approaches are assessed by re-examining the core chapters of Richard Dawkins’ _The Extended Phenotype_. Because animal artefacts have multiple evolutionary consequences for their (...)
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    Présentation : la Fédération Internationale des Langues et Littératures modernes.David A. Wells - 2002 - Diogène 198 (2):111.
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  4. Fatherly Advice. The Precepts of 'Gregorius', Marke, and Gurnemanz and the School Tradition of the 'Disticha Catonis'. With a Note on Grimmelshausen’s ‘Simplicissimus’.David A. Wells - 1994 - Frühmittelalterliche Studien 28 (1):296-332.
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  5. War Crimes and Laws of War.David A. Wells - 1991 - Upa.
    This updated and revised second edition of Donald A. Wells's popular 'War Crimes and Laws of War', originally published in 1984, traces the rules of war since ancient times. The major sources of the rules or 'laws' of war are explored: the congresses of the Hague, Geneva, and the United Nations. But an abyss exists between what military manuals allow and what the congresses prohibit; this book attempts to resolve this dilemma. An important text for military college courses and international (...)
     
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