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The Adaptive Rationale
The Concept and Characteristics of War in Primitive Societies
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adaptive agonistic behavior animals attack baboons battle belligerence biological cannibalism causes Chagnon chimpanzees civilization coalitions combat competition complex concept conspecifics contest cooperation correlation costs cultural evolution Darwin defense Dennen E.O. Wilson ecological economic enemy escalation evidence evolutionary evolved existence exogamy explain factors females feud fighting function genes group selection hawk hominid hostility human hunter-gatherers hunting hypothesis inclusive fitness increase individual injury instinct interactions intergroup aggression intergroup conflict involved killing kin selection kinship less lethal males Manson & Wrangham mates matrilocal military motives natural selection Neanderthal occur organization Otterbein patterns peace political communities polygyny population predators primate primitive societies primitive warfare Q.Wright races raiding reproductive success result revenge ritual sexual selection social Social Darwinism sociobiology sociocultural evolution species strategy struggle survival tactics territorial theory Tooby tribal tribes Turney-High variables violence warlike warriors wars weapons women Yanomamo