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Murder in the Pleistocene! Lethal Interpersonal Violence Runs Deep in the Genus Homo

Biology / Paleontology : The Dragon's Tales

Lethal Interpersonal Violence in the Middle PleistoceneAuthors:Sala et alAbstract:Evidence of interpersonal violence has been documented previously in Pleistocene members of the genus Homo, but only very rarely has this been posited...

How Human Violence Stacks Up Against Other Killer Animals

Natural born killers: humans predisposed to murder, study suggests

Academics / Biology : The Guardian: Biology

Although it’s unclear whether genetics or other factors are responsible, new study suggests that lethal violence is part of our evolutionary history Humans are predisposed to murder each other, new research suggests, although it rem...

Violence: Are Humans Bad To The Bone?

Academics / General Science : Discover Magazine: Living World

Sorry, peaceniks. New research that takes an innovative approach to charting the evolution of lethal violence has found that Homo sapiens evolved from a particularly brutish branch of mammals. A proclivity for smashings and bashings...

The phylogenetic roots of human lethal violence

Academics : Nature AOP

The psychological, sociological and evolutionary roots of conspecific violence in humans are still debated, despite attracting the attention of intellectuals for over two millennia. Here we propose a conceptual approach towards unde...

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