- Title Pages
- 1 Introduction and Overview
- 2 What Is Morality?
- 3 Bad by Nature?
- 4 Darwin’s Theory of the Origin of Morality
- 5 Foundations of a Neo-Darwinian Approach to Morality
- 6 The Evolution of Deference
- 7 The Evolution of Self-Control
- 8 The Evolution of Altruism through Sexual Selection
- 9 The Evolution of Altruism through Kin Selection
- 10 The Evolution of Altruism through Group Selection and Imperfect Design
- 11 The Evolution of Cooperation
- 12 Psychological and Neurological Sources of Primitive Prosocial Behaviors
- 13 Uniquely Human Prosocial Behaviors
- 14 The Evolution of Uniquely Human Prosocial Behaviors
- 15 Psychological and Neurological Sources of Uniquely Human Forms of Prosocial Conduct
- 16 The Origin of the Moral Senses
- 17 The Expansion and Refinement of the Moral Senses in the Human Species
- 18 The Evolution of Moral Norms
- 19 Human Nature and the Nature of Morality
- 20 Reframing Psychological Models of Moral Development
- The Origins of Morality
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