Conceptual Issues in Modern Human Origins Research
Evolutionary Foundations of Human Behavior Series
edited by G.A. Clark & C.M. Willermet
While those who study human origins now agree that the evolution of the modern human form extends back much further in time than originally thought, they disagree sharply as to how to interpret the substantive data. The purpose of this volume is to examine those conceptual differences and to explore the reasons why a consensus might never be possible.
“…has something for everyone with more tham a passing interest in our evolution.” — The Quarterly Review of Biology