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Subjects Darwin, Charles, -- 1809-1882 -- Influence
Literature and science
Evolution in literature
Evolution in motion pictures
Literature -- History and criticism -- Theory, etc
Motion pictures -- History
Motion pictures -- Philosophy
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Table Of Contents Part I. Evolution and human nature: Evolutionary psychology: the new science of the mind (2008) / David M. Buss
Recapitulation and conclusion, from On the origin of species (1859) / Charles Darwin
The digital river (1995) / Richard Dawkins
General summary and conclusion, from The descent of man (1871) / Charles Darwin
Man: from sociobiology to sociology (1975) / Edward O. Wilson
The universal people (1991) / Donald E. Brown
Sociobiology at century's end (2000) / Edward O. Wilson
Evolution and explanation (2005) / Steven Pinker
Evolutionary social constructivism (2005) / David Sloan Wilson
Part II. The riddle of art: Art and adaptation (1997) / Steven Pinker
The arts and their interpretation (1998) / Edward O. Wilson
Art and intimacy: how the arts began (2000) / Ellen Dissanayake
Arts of seduction (2000) / Geoffrey Miller
Does beauty build adapted minds? toward an evolutionary theory of aesthetics, fiction, and the arts (2001) / John Tooby and Leda Cosmides
The uses of fiction (2009) / Denis Dutton
Part III. Literature, film, and evolution: theory : Getting it all wrong: bioculture critiques cultural critique (2006) / Brian Boyd
Imagining human nature / Joseph Carroll, Jonathan Gottschall, John Johnson, and Daniel Kruger
Two worlds: the ghost and the machine (2008) / Edward Slingerland
Consilient literary interpretation (2002) / Marcus Nordlund
Humanism and human nature in the renaissance (2005) / Robin Headlam Wells
The reality of illusion (1996) / Joseph Anderson
Darwin and the directors: film, emotion, and the face in the age of evolution (2003) / Murray Smith
What snakes, eagles, and rhesus macaques can teach us (2008) / David Bordwell
Part IV. Interpretations: Homeric women: re-imagining the fitness landscape (2008) / Jonathan Gottschall
New science, old myth: an evolutionary critique of the oedipal paradigm (2001) / Michelle Scalise Sugiyama
The wheel of fire and the mating game: explaining the origins of tragedy and comedy (2005) / Daniel Nettle
Jealousy in Othello (2007) / Marcus Nordlund
Wordsworth, psychoanalysis, and the "discipline of love" (2000) / Nancy Easterlin
Vindication and vindictiveness: oliver twist (2007) / William Flesch
The cuckoo's history: human nature in wuthering heights (2008) / Joseph Carroll
Human nature, utopia, and dystopia: Zamyatin's We (2002) / Brett Cooke
Paternal confidence in zora neale hurston's "the gilded six-bits" / Judith P. Saunders
Character in Citizen kane (1996) / Joseph Anderson
Convention, construction, and cinematic vision (1996/2008) / David Bordwell
Art and evolution: the avant-garde as test case: spiegelman in the narrative corpse (2008) / Brian Boyd
Part V. Literature as laboratory: Literature, science, and a new humanities (2008) / Jonathan Gottschall
Slash fiction and human mating psychology (2004) / Catherine Salmon and Donald Symons
Cultural variation is part of human nature: literary universals, context-sensitivity, and "Shakespeare in the bush" (2003) / Michelle Scalise Sugiyama
Paleolithic politics in British novels of the longer nineteenth century / Joseph Carroll, Jonathan Gottschall, John Johnson, and Daniel Kruger.
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Jonathan Gottschall
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Description "Original and uniqueùthere is almost by default no collection like it at present. The field of evolutionary literary studies is coalescing as I write, and the publication of this book will have a decisive and positive impact in this regard."-Peter Swirski, Author Of Literature, Analytically Speaking evolution, Literature, And Film opens with Charles Darwin on the logic of natural selection, Richard Dawkins on the genetic revolution of modern evolutionary theory, Edward O. Wilson on the unity of knowledge, Steven Pinker on the transformation of psychology into an explanatory science, and David Sloan Wilson on the integration of evolutionary theory into cultural critique. Later essays include discussions of evolutionary literary theory and film theory, interpretive commentaries on works of literature and film, and analyses using empirical methods to explore literary problems. Texts under the microscope include folk- and fairy tales; Homer's Iliad; Shakespeare's plays; works by Charles Dickens, Emily Bronte, and Zora Neale Hurston; narratives in sci-fi, comics, and slash fiction; and films from Europe, America, Asia, and Africa. Each essay explains the contribution of evolution to a study of the human mind, human behavior, culture, and art. "Extremely well conceived, bringing together classics from the early days and the cutting edge of recent statistical scholarship. The essays are excellent and represent the best work being done right now in the field."-Blakey Vermeule, Stanford University Brian Boyd is University Distinguished Professor of English at the University of Auckland. The world's leading scholar of Vladimir Nabokov, Joseph Carroll is Curators' Professor of English at the University of Missouri, St. Louis. Jonathan Gottschall teaches English at Washington and Jefferson College.
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Title Evolution, Literature, and Film
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