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" When two tribes of primeval man, living in the same country, came into competition, if the one tribe included (other circumstances being equal) a greater number of courageous, sympathetic, and faithful members, who were always ready to warn each other... "
The Evolution of Woman: An Inquiry Into the Dogma of Her Inferiority to Man - Page 59
by Eliza Burt Gamble - 1894 - 356 pages
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The Development of British Thought from 1820 to 1890: With Special Reference ...

Mossie May Waddington - Philosophy, English - 1919 - 194 pages
...rather than by the purposive selection of reason. Darwin regarded virtue as at first merely tribal. " When two tribes of primeval man, living in the same country, came into competition, if the one tribe included (other circumstances being equal) a greater number of courageous, sympathetic,...
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The Descent of Man, and Selection in Relation to Sex, Volumes 1-2

Charles Darwin - Science - 1981 - 475 pages
...progenitors of man in a similar manner, namely, through natural selection, aided by inherited habit. When two tribes of primeval man, living in the same country, came into competition, if the one tribe included (other circumstances being equal) a greater number of courageous, sympathetic,...
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Laying the Ladder Down: The Emergence of Cultural Holism

Betty Jean Craige - Social Science - 1992 - 159 pages
...progenitors of man in a similar manner, namely, through natural selection, aided by inherited habit. When two tribes of primeval man, living in the same country, came into competition, if the one tribe included (other circumstances being equal) a greater number of courageous, sympathetic,...
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Darwinism, War and History: The Debate Over the Biology of War from the ...

Paul Crook, David Paul Crook - History - 1994 - 306 pages
...in organisation, technology and weaponry (Darwin called this 'superiority in the arts'), tribes that included 'a great number of courageous, sympathetic...each other of danger, to aid and defend each other', had genetically usurped other tribes (p. 199). As peoples highly endowed with social, but also military...
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On Evolution: The Development of the Theory of Natural Selection

Charles Darwin, Thomas F. Glick, David Kohn - Reference - 1996 - 356 pages
...progenitors of man in a similar manner, namely, through natural selection, aided by inherited habit. When two tribes of primeval man, living in the same country, came into competition, if the one tribe included (other circumstances being equal) a great number of courageous, sympathetic...
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Cooperation among Animals: An Evolutionary Perspective

Lee Alan Dugatkin - Science - 1997 - 240 pages
...that selection at some level other than the individual was the cause of such cooperative behaviors: When two tribes of primeval man, living in the same...who were always ready to warn each other of danger and aid and defend each other, this tribe would succeed better and conquer the other. (1871, p. 498)...
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Neighbors and Strangers: The Fundamentals of Foreign Affairs

William R. Polk - Political Science - 2008 - 376 pages
...cooperation and competition were not mutually exclusive. Indeed, cooperation often arises from competition: "When two tribes of primeval man, living in the same country, came into competition, if the one tribe included (other circumstances being equal) a greater number of courageous, sympathetic,...
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Readings on Human Nature

Peter Loptson - Philosophy - 1998 - 580 pages
...progenitors of man in a similar manner, namely, through natural selection, aided by inherited habit. When two tribes of primeval man, living in the same country, came into competition, if the one tribe included (other circumstances being equal) a greater number of courageous, sympathetic,...
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On the Origin of Species

Charles Darwin - History - 2003 - 672 pages
...progenitors of man in a similar manner, namely, through natural selection, aided by inherited habit. When two tribes of primeval man, living in the same country, came into competition, if the one tribe included (other circumstances being equal) a great number of courageous, sympathetic...
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Cultural Diversity Versus Economic Solidarity: Is There a Tension ? How Must ...

Francqui Colloquium (7th : 2003 : Brussels, Belgium) - Science - 2003 - 409 pages
...people will not cohere, and without coherence, nothing can be effected. A tribe possessing... a greater number of courageous, sympathetic and faithful members,...each other of danger, to aid and defend each other... would spread and be victorious over other tribes...Thus the social and moral qualities would tend slowly...
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