Beyondism: Religion from Science
Praeger, 1987 - Religion and science - 325 pages
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Among Groups Not Individuals?
What Has Group Competition To Do With Ethics
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accept action actually adjustment advance adventure average basic become behavior better Beyondism Beyondist biological birth bring called Chapter common competition complex concept concerned consider contribution countries cultural demands depend desirable direction discussed economic effect emotional environment equal ethical eugenic evolution evolutionary example existing experiment expression fact follow genetic give given goal greater human important increase individual institutions intelligence interaction laws lead less living means moral natural selection necessary organization particular patterns perhaps political population position possible practical present principle probably problem produce progress psychological question race racial reach reason recognize regard relation relative religions religious requires scientific scientists sense social society species spiritual success survival thinking tion traits true universe values
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