- adj. Of or pertaining to sociobiology
- adj. of or relating to sociobiology
- sociobiology + -ical (Wiktionary)
“I've been thinking about it and have come up with an explanation in sociobiological terms.”
“Attempts to fill this vacuum prompted the idea of sociobiological underpinnings for the aesthetic appreciation of nature, such as “prospect-refuge theory””
“This is part of a broader self-questioning I’ve been going through on a number of philosophical issues which I’m still working out- primarily, about ‘human nature’- i.e., to what degree we’re in an existentialist situation or in a sociobiological situaion.. and to the degree the latter is true, what kind of sociobiological situation.”
“Looks at a sociobiological theory of motivation, claiming humans possess four basic drives: to acquire, to bond, to learn, to defend.”
“The sociobiological theories emphasize a heritable propensity for violence at both the individual and the social level.”
“Of late the sociobiological approach to violence, never completely out of fashion, has returned with a vengeance.”
“Religion, art, and science themselves are "explained" by means of sociobiological just-so stories.”
“Yes, sometimes it seems a sociobiological imperative.”
“He also obliquely referred to the possiblity that women seek higher-status males, also a sociobiological argument.”
“Until then, I fear that silence on this topic is submission to the unconscious sociobiological "Tribalism" machine that causes so much damage to those distinguishable from but outnumbered by the majority, from mortality, education and prison statistics to the lack of male Asian newscasters when I see Asian females in every market in the country.”
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