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Friday, February 04, 2005

Man the Hunter from Man the Hunted

A book due to be published later this month makes the argument that, despite the popular theory that archaic homo sapiens and other hominids were primarily hunters in prehistoric times, they were more often hunted than hunting. The author suggests that this state of affairs and the necessity of coping with it for survival actually underpinned the evolution of cooperative behavior and other types of social behavior that laid the foundations for the sustenance of our species and the development of civilization.

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