The Mating Mind: How Sexual Choice Shaped the Evolution of Human Nature

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Vintage, 2001 - Brain - 538 pages
Miller shows how our brains are the products of sexual selection, not natural selection, and how this alters and illuminates our understanding of intelligence, art, language, mortality, sex and the differences between men and women.

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I am always impressed when very smart people in very technical fields can effectively explain their work to the rest of us. Miller does this, and he does it in an entertaining (and sexy) way.What I ... Read full review

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Miller (senior research fellow, Centre for Economic Learning and Social Evolution, Univ. Coll., London) here argues that the human mind and human behaviorDincluding language and moralityDhave evolved ... Read full review

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Geoffrey Miller studied at Columbia, Stanford, Sussex and Munich Universities and until recently was at University College, London. He now teaches at the University of New Mexico.

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