• Publications
  • Influence
Culture, Social Minds, and Governance in Evolution
  • C. Phillips
  • Psychology, Biology
    Politics and the Life Sciences
  • 1 September 2001
It is argued that evolutionary scientists have neglected the powerful explanatory statement of Darwin regarding at least one general-purpose adaptation of social animals, namely, the instinct for sociability, a position supported by recent neurological studies.
The Archbishop's Three Seats in Canterbury Cathedral
The question ‘Where did the Archbishop of Canterbury sit in pre-Reformation times when officially present at divine service in his cathedral?’ is one which has had no very clear answer hitherto.
The Presidential Badge of the B.I.R.
Badges of this character may be regarded both from a material as well as a romantic point of view when it comes to the historic symbols employed as the basis of their design.
Emotion in art
Political versus Administration Development
A conflict in political science of 25 years' duration revolves around the relationship of bureaucratic development to political development. One school argues that in the presence of weak political