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Konrad Lorenz (au & tr). This study (originally published in 1966) of aggression in the natural world & in humans has changed the way we think about human conflict & cooperation -- about war & love. Nobel prizewinner Lorenz explores the most crucial issue of our time: is there a “killer instinct” in homo sapiens? And if so, can humanity control it? He looks at the means by which animals such as fish, wolves, dogs, deer, birds & farmyard animals control their innate destructive drive for the benefit of the species. Lorenz shows the forms of their group associations, including the capacity for lasting individual relationships comparable to the bond between human lovers. Starting from the natural world’s solution to the problem of conflict, he builds towards a possible human solution.
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