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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Philip Clayton; Jeffrey Schloss
|Description:||x, 339 p. ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||Introduction: evolutionary ethics and Christian morality: surveying the issues / Jeffrey P. Schloss --
Evolutionary ethics past and present / Michael Ruse --
Darwinian evolutionary ethics : between patriotism and sympathy / Peter J. Richerson, Robert Boyd --
Explaining the prosocial side of moral communities / Christopher Boehm --
Hominid failings : an evolutionary basis for sin in individuals and corporations / Michael J. Chapman --
The leverage of language on altruism and morality / Joseph Poulshock --
"You have heard ... but I tell you ..." : a test of the adaptive significance of moral evolution / David C. Lahti --
Evolution and divine revelation : synergy, not conflict, in understanding morality / Loren Haarsma --
Darwinian and teleological explanations : are they incompatible? / René van Woudenberg --
Is there an evolutionary foundation for human morality? / John Hare --
The Darwinian moral sense and biblical religion / Larry Arnhart --
Thomistic natural law and the limits of evolutionary psychology / Craig A. Boyd --
The good Samaritan and his genes / Holmes Rolston III --
A cross-section of sin : the mimetic character of human nature in biological and theological perspective / S. Mark Heim --
Falling up : evolution and original sin / Gregory R. Peterson --
Morals, love, and relations in evolutionary theory / Thomas Jay Oord --
Darwin's problems, neo-Darwinian solutions, and Jesus' love commands / Philip A. Rolnick --
Conclusion : biology and purpose : altruism, morality, and human nature in evolutionary perspective / Philip Clayton.
|Responsibility:||edited by Philip Clayton and Jeffrey Schloss.|
Certain to engage scholars, students, and general readers alike, Evolution and Ethics offers a balanced, levelheaded, constructive approach to an often divisive debate.
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