Birds and Bees Do It—Lafleur's Trans-Species Theory of Aesthetics

Author: Hart, Carol

Source: The Evolutionary Review, Volume 3, Number 1, June 2012 , pp. 92-100(9)

Publisher: State University of New York Press

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  • The Evolutionary Review offers a forum for evolutionary critiques in all the fields of the arts, human sciences, and culture: essays and reviews on film, fiction, theater, visual art, music, dance, and popular culture; essays and reviews of books, articles, and theories related to evolution and evolutionary psychology; and essays and reviews on science, society, and the environment. Essays in¬†The Evolutionary Review¬†implicitly affirm E. O. Wilson's vision of "consilience," that is, the unity of knowledge. They also give evidence that an evolutionary perspective can yield a richer, more complete understanding of the world and ourselves.
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