Natural Selection and Social Theory: Selected Papers of Robert L. Trivers

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We thank Charles Godfray, David Haig, Paul Vrana and anonymous referees for useful discussions and/or comments on a previous draft. A. B. is supported by the NERC (GR3/10626).


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